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Parents:would U Allow Ur Grownup Daughters And Sons To Live Together In A Room?

For the prevalence of boy friends and girl friends and the associated glamorizing of sex on our TV, Radios and Literature. Would you as a parent(s) allow your grown up daughters and sons to live together in one room apartment as been practiced in some areas of our country?

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poster doesnt no anything- u havent seen when 10 people of different sexes live in the same room!??

you havent seen some poo people!!!

u need to go to lagos! theres absolutely nothing wrong with it

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If there are enough rooms then they should be separate. However where there is insufficient space, then boundaries and limits should be set. You would be surprised at the rate of Inbreeding these days, innocently started.

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its better if you can afford giving them separate rooms, if not they can share a room but dont let them share a bed.

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Its totally inappriopriate! You get to an age where you're really aware of your body, it becomes kinda awkward to sleep in thesame room with your brother, but then again if you're poor or live in a 1 room face me -i- face you, then ure left with no choice.

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^^^It depends on how you grade the poor & the rich. My dad owns our place both in the city and in the village, but we still shared rooms.

Would you grade him as a poor man?

Definitely not! Rich man? Maybe.

Sleeping together is due to shortage of rooms. If you have enough rooms at your disposal, then there's no need to share.

So its not exactly about being rich or poor. Though the rich will always have the upper-hand.

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@Poster,

There's nothing wrong in it.

With the high rate of childbirth and accomodation problems, its something few parents can avoid.

We did share rooms in our place, though my younger sister later got her own room cos she was the only girl.

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I don't think there's anything wrong with it. Such a situation can be caused by certain circumstances. There might not be enough rooms them the children to be separated.While we were growing up I and my siblings slept in the same room but everyone understood when certain persons needed some privacy.

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Circumstance cn lead to that bt insinuating intimacy among them is out of it.

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Circumstance cn lead to that bt insinuating intimacy among them is out of it.

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With all the familities that are squeezed into 'face me i face you" compounds they do not have a choice.

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if only circumstances demands it

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When kids reach puberty they need a certain amount of privacy. We are not animals. Of course if circumstances demand that they all live like that then they should do all they can to remove themselves from that situation.

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