This debate usually comes with, is it a good idea to move out until you married, established.
If you finish college, get a good job, and live with your parents till you 30, you saved a grip. Enough to buy a house in a good neighborhood. If you do that, if nothing else, you set your kid up to go to a good school, which is important as fuck.
Immigrants from overseas usually do this. And its a lot of benefits.
Put out? Idk how often that happens but the idea that at 18/19 you need to be out on your own has harmed far too many who believe that in order to succeed you need to struggle and put yourself in a bad position just to show you can overcome
I was in college staying on campus at that time. I moved out my folks house when I had reliable job that was not retail and I could afford to live some where other than my folks home. Think I got a place with my friend around 26. Since then, never moved back with them.
Even though my sister and I were coming out of HS with great GPAs with college on the horizon my step dad made us leave the crib everyday from 9-5, on weekdays in the summer like we had a job simply because we finished HS and were considered "grown".
He had been on his own since he was 15 with a kid but when he was 15, times were different and that's what he couldn't understand, or didn't want to.
He was like in that time from 9-5 y'all should be looking for jobs. I'm thinking nigga you can't just walk into a place and get a job anymore. Everything is done online.