I really miss my old house?

It's been 7 years since we've moved houses. We move on July 2009 and its 2016 now. Right now ive been reminiscing the past alot. The house was my my childhood house i have so many memories there. I was 13 when we moved houses. Im 21 now and a Dentistry student. I know that i shouldnt be missing my old house

It's been 7 years since we've moved houses. We move on July 2009 and its 2016 now. Right now ive been reminiscing the past alot. The house was my my childhood house i have so many memories there. I was 13 when we moved houses. Im 21 now and a Dentistry student. I know that i shouldnt be missing my old house because its been 7 years but i just couldnt. This house that im living in right now feels like its not my house at all. My parents just gave rent of my old house and i really want to move back to my old house.

Other answer:

Ommid:
Sounds normal to me. I expect you will feel at home once you are able to buy your own in a few years. I remember wanting to buy my childhood home which we moved out of when I was 8. After years of living away from the town I grew up in, I finally decided to move back. The house I wanted was up for sale. It was so much smaller than I remembered and I bought somewhere else instead – which is now home.
glenn:
If the people that own it will sell it to you then go buy it. If you rent it they could at some point require you to move out again. But better advice would be to find a way to move forward with your life. It is not healthy to be so obsessed with your past.
tro:
that's nothing I remember my childhood houses and think about them often, in fact have used google map to find each of them and take stroll down the street
and I can say I have a whole lot more years than you do from living in them as a child and my current age
DR + Mrs Bears face:
It's just a house. You take the memories with you. Instead of remembering old stuff you should be making new happy memories wherever you live.
diamondcollector:
why are you still living in your parents house at 21?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *