posted by CHRISTINA OTORINO on .
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Choosing a roommate is more difficult than they might think. People have different attitudes about sharing a living space. These attitudes are often based on our notions of cleanliness, ownership, and personal space. Some folks don’t mind lots of clutter scattered around the house. Others can’t stand that idea. Even doing dishes can be a point of contention. One roommate might see nothing wrong with placing dirty dishes in the sink and leaving those there all night. To someone else, which might seem disgusting. A person might feel that anything in the shared living space belongs to everyone that lives there. Another resident might feel that she property is herself alone and not available for use by other roommates. Having quiet time to study is easy to arrange when students live alone. But, when he or she have roommates, they may find it difficult to control hers environment. One student might want to have some friends over for cards or a sports game which was on television. Another might need quiet to study for an exam. The solution to all of those challenges lies not in locating a perfect copy of you. Instead, the key is to live with people who are willing and able to negotiate the rules of the living space for everyone living there.
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Choosing a roommate is more difficult than ONE might think. People have different attitudes about sharing a living space. These attitudes are often based on THEIR notions of cleanliness, ownership, and personal space. Some folks don’t mind lots of clutter scattered around the house.
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