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Why I Decided to Live With Roomates at Age 37: How Living With Others Is Good for My Wallet, Health and Happiness | Activism & Vision | AlterNet

Why I Decided to Live With Roomates at Age 37: How Living With Others Is Good for My Wallet, Health and Happiness (re-blogged)

Sharing resources and respecting individual needs is the new paradigm — the true sign of being a real grown-up.

October 26, 2011 |

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Last December, I separated from my husband. We’d been married for two years and had lived together for almost four years. I remember ruefully telling a friend, as I flailed through the rough seas of transition, “I can’t imagine having roommates again, after all this time and not at my age.”

via Why I Decided to Live With Roomates at Age 37: How Living With Others Is Good for My Wallet, Health and Happiness | Activism & Vision | AlterNet.

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