"My 29-year-old boyfriend is NEVER moving out of his parents' house!"

"My 29-year-old boyfriend is NEVER moving out of his parents' house!"

How do you tell the difference between someone who is just looking out for his family and someone who is a classic mama's boy?


Moving in with the love of your life can be one of the happiest days of your life.

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It's a serious step in the relationship and means you're obviously moving toward the end goal of getting married and spending the rest of your lives together.

What makes it so special is that you and your partner will have a whole space to make completely your own and live your best lives, whether it's a one-bedroom apartment or a modern mansion.

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You'll learn to live in each other's spaces, get to know each other even better, and after a long, hard day at work, you can come home to your other half and spend some quality time together.

No-one wants to be in a serious relationship while having five roommates and sharing one bathroom.

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So why would someone even consider spending the rest of their lives with their significant other in their parents' home?

And we don't mean in the house that the parents had owned at one point.

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We'll let this week's #KeepOrCut submission explain the rest:

"Hey Vic,

My 29-year-old boyfriend of two years wants me to move in with him. 

That’s all fine, but the problem is he lives with his parents and has no intention of leaving any time soon. 

He says it’s his responsibility to make sure his parents are safe and well and he says he will never live apart from his mom no matter what happens. 

I love this guy, but I dream of having my own home one day with no parents around. 

I understand my boyfriend is a really good person who means well. 

But I’m not sure I can spend my life in the same house as his parents. What should I do here? Should I keep or cut him and his parents?

Thanks for a great show." - Nikita in Mount Edgecombe

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Take a listen below as KZN and Vic Naidoo give Nikita some much-needed advice:

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