From_Bachelor_Pad_to_Love_Nest___Making_It_Work

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Title: From Bachelor Pad to Love Nest Making It Work Word Count: 695 Summary: Losing your castle can either be really great or really traumatic depending on how ready you are for what s ahead. The transition from bachelor pad to love nest has been and can be survived with the proper planning and understanding. Keywords: relationships, moving in together, getting along Article Body: Losing your castle can either be really great or really traumatic depending on how ready you are for what s ahead. The transition from bachelor pad to love nest has been and can be survived with the proper planning and understanding. If you are ready for the eventual changes and proactive in their implementation the experience promises to be a positive one. On the other hand if you ignore the needs of your new roommate and disaster looms ahead. It should be noted at this point that it s essential that you get along. If you don t get along living apart it probably won t get any better once you re locked in together everyday.
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