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(It usually won't.) But when is the optimal time to start being sexually intimate in a relationship?There's even a TV show about moving home as an adult: ABC's "How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)."My parents were pretty cool about my playdates on the Polo sheets, but when it comes to dating and hooking up, most 'rents have rules. Plus, when you combine the stresses of dating plus the stresses of family—you could find yourself in a rough situation."The fact that you're a sexual adult is normal and ultimately a necessary reality for your parents to face," says research psychologist Peggy Drexler, Ph D, author of two books about gender and family, "but that doesn't mean it will be easy.""We already act like teenagers when we like someone," says relationship expert Andrea Syrtash, author of "He's Just Not Your Type." "Our brains are pumping dopamine, oxytocin, and other powerful chemicals that may skew our judgment and make us extra sensitive.On top of that, there's a constant dimension of anxiety about living at home.That's a lot to juggle all at once."' Monica S.*, a 25-year-old teacher from New Jersey, experienced this strain firsthand when living at home during the early days of a promising relationship.
"I was already nervous talking to him on the phone, and on top of that, I knew my family could hear me! Over dinner, my sister or parents would make little comments, like, 'Oh, are you two bickering already? " So, Monica got a second job, saved all her money and moved out six months later.\n My mother never understood what I liked about Hugh, my banker boyfriend with the sarcastic sense of humor and pin-striped suspenders, who would often come over to "watch movies" in my room while we were both living at home postcollege...until she walked in on us having sex and saw his, um, biggest asset. Somewhere between "How do you want your steak cooked? My crime wasn't that I was DTF, but that I didn't lock the door.