Jennifer Purdie writes about living with a roommate from a refreshing perspective: She shares her home with another woman not because she needed help paying the bills or taking care of the house and grounds; she lives with a roommate simply because she doesn’t want to live alone. In a recent article in the Washington Post, Jennifer frankly describes the loneliness she felt returning home to an empty house after work each weekday, or facing long weekends alone. She does have a social life; that’s not the problem. She wants a family life, and, she says, she considers a roommate to be much like a family.
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