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Summary of Ask Questions It is hard to move out for the first time because you miss all the good things at home TV computer stereo etc You have to think on your own and for yourself this time You also have to budget your time for things such as the laundry groceries dishes etc According to Don Eastcott you get lonely after you get settled in your new home It seems that your independence is enjoyed for a short period of time and then you feel lonely and insecure Thus Eastcott found a roommate who wasnt too useful However Eastcott did learn the importance of asking questions of prospective roommates and laying down ground rules You have to learn to make priorities as well When you are with your family you should learn how to do things such as the laundry and the dishes to make it easier for you when you move out on your own If you can accomplish this you will be able to enjoy the benefits of being independent and maybe even find yourself a good roommate Summary of How to choose keep or lose a roommate Deciding on your roommate for the first time will be tough Your roommate isnt just anybody heshe will see you at your worst when youre dirty or sick when you wake up in the morning and dont look your best and other more embarrassing situations You will have to share things with your new roommate and you will probably be expected to learn things about your roommate that you wished you didnt As you can see it wont be easy Your roommate should also be responsible and they should have similar standards of living and cleanliness Thus to make sure you find a suitable roommate make a list of what you expect from your roommate You should also ask lots of questions when interviewing potential candidates It would
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