I had a friend to reccomend this site as a way to get some opnions about what to do with my current living situation. I am a 26 year old male who just finished my MBA last month, and unfortunatley I am having to consider moving back home. I had originally planned on getting into the banking industry, but my timing , and the current state of US banks, has made that difficult. I have been living with a bud of mine from my program for the last two months since graduating. I am bartending, but I can't seem to get ahead financially. The other day my dad, who is in the process of getting divorced and is now living on his own, offered to let me move in to his new condo with him for a year rent free. My concerns are really centered around losing some of my freedoms, when it comes to nudity, dating, etc. My current roommate couldn't care less about when I bring a girl home, when I walk nude to the bathroom (since I sleep in the nude), and has probobly heard me jacking off once or twice. We joke about that, but it's not like I couldn't assume what he was up too in his room as well. There are other things that I am worried about, but I am concerned about these things because growing up I was really self conscious about naked in front of my dad. He walked around openly (we were living by ourselves at the time), but I was always worried about my size. As I left for college, I lost most of that apprehention, and I started to be less concerned. I realized that I was a substantial grower, confirmed by a girlfriend freshmen year, and I became a lot less concercerned about it. When I went home at the end of freshman year, I started to not worry about walking around clothed all the time, and my dad seemed to be bothered and started to cover up. He soon met my first step-mother, and it became a non-issue. The point is that the place has only one bathroom to begin with, and I think it would be ridiculous for this to be a big deal. Am I wrong? How should I approach this? Should this even matter? I mean it is free rent. Sorry for the long post and thanks for the advice.