There comes a time in any roommate relationship when you’ll want to say, “I think we should live with other people.” Much like figuring out what to say for the “let’s see other people” talk, it can be difficult to know how to tell your roommate you’re moving out. However, it is possible to avoid an awkward situation and have this important conversation in a productive and compassionate way.
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Whether you’re leaving a bad roommate to live with a new roomie or you want to live on your own after sharing an apartment with a friend, there are things you can do and say as the departing roommate that will make the “I’m moving out” conversation a little easier.
To help you find out how to tell your roommate you’re moving out, we have compiled some of our tips for departing roommates. Read on to learn what you need to know before having this big talk.
Why might you want to move out?
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