The new trend of young people buying a house: they will give up three houses to buy two houses if they are not bad for money. The reason is that all married people understand

time:2023-02-03 14:37:51source:monlittlebaby.com author:Maternal-Child Nursing
The new trend of young people buying a house: they will give up three houses to buy two houses if they are not bad for money. The reason is that all married people understand

Text | Cheats, I found that the standards for young people to buy a house are slowly changing. In the past, if you were not short of money, you would definitely have to buy a bigger house to live in comfortably. A family of three has to buy a three-bedroom, one for the husband and wife, one for the children in the future, and the other as a guest room. But I find it's not the same now. Even if they have the money to buy a three-bedroom, many people will buy a two-bedroom. Some will even sell the three-bedroom house for a two-bedroom house. It stands to reason that the more the house is bought, the bigger the house is. The one who just got married is usually a small apartment. When the child is born again, it is necessary to buy a larger apartment to improve the house. Why do people still buy smaller houses? "If the money is not bad, I will give up three bedrooms to buy two bedrooms, or sell three bedrooms for two bedrooms." The reason behind this is well understood by married people. The reason for not buying a big house is to avoid that when a friend who lives with her in-laws gets married, her parents bought her a pre-marital house, and the couple will live here after marriage. During the renovation, my in-laws in my hometown rushed over and pointed out the decoration, saying how to install the master bedroom, how to put the cabinets, and what color to buy the curtains. My friend was very puzzled at first. Is it appropriate to decorate the house where young people live? Later, after being reminded by my husband, I realized that the old couple wanted to live in the master bedroom. During the renovation process, the three-bedroom house was arranged clearly by friends and in-laws: they lived in the master bedroom, the couple lived in the second bedroom, and the smallest room also had to buy a bed and wardrobe, so that my sister-in-law could bring her children to play during the holidays. The friend learned about the desire for control of the two from the instructions of the in-laws on the decoration, and communicated with her husband many times. In the end, the husband came forward and clearly told the parents that they should go back to their hometown to live. Although the in-laws were very reluctant, and they beat and scolded the daughter-in-law for being unfilial after returning home, but for the sake of the harmony of the husband and wife in the future, the friend felt that he had done the right thing. And in order to prevent future troubles, she directly partitioned one of the houses and merged it into the living room, and turned the other room into a study, which was full of bookshelves, study desks and chairs. That’s it, the three-bedroom house became a two-bedroom structure with a bedroom and a study. The reason is just to avoid unnecessary trouble when living with in-laws. The physical space can affect the family atmosphere. I don't know if you have noticed that the impact of physical space on the family atmosphere is far greater than you think. "Distance produces beauty" vividly illustrates this point. As far as my own experience is concerned, I lived with my parents-in-law in my hometown before. Although a few people were polite, I felt a little uncomfortable after a long time. Later, I went back to the city to live with my husband, and my parents-in-law came to visit occasionally, but I felt more cordial. Otherwise, why is it best to keep a "bowl of soup distance" between you and your in-laws? Another example is some families, where the relationship between members is indifferent. If you pay attention, you will find that some people eat while watching TV on the sofa, and some people bring meals to their own rooms to eat, and the family does not have any communication. And those living rooms have a large table, and the whole family uses this table to eat and read, and the relationship is close and harmonious. Many people's living rooms are arranged like this. In front of the background wall is an oversized TV, and opposite the TV is a sofa and coffee table. This allows the living room to have entertaining and social functions. And now some families are "living room into study". The TV was moved to the bedroom, and several rows of bookshelves were placed against the wall in the living room. The long and bulky sofa was replaced and transformed into a "reading corner" composed of small sofas and reading lamps. In such a family, how can children not love to read? It can be seen that, instead of buying three rooms with ample rooms, only two rooms are just enough, which not only saves money, but also ensures the boundaries of a small home in terms of physical space. Senior nursery teacher, psychological counselor. He understands parenting and psychology, and also pays attention to the mother's self-growth and family management, and strives to be a caring person for mothers. Welcome to [Parenting Cheats], you can find the answers here for everything you want to know about parenting care, growth and development, family education, and mental health!
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