The celebrated ritual of transitioning from university life to real life is an example of a champagne toast that may come with what I call an "Expectation Hangover."
At 21 years old, your primary relationship should be with yourself. You are transitioning into the adult world and adjusting to all the changes and responsibilities that come with it.
The percentage of those marrying in their 20s continues to decline so you are not alone in not wanting to rush to the altar.
My 22-year-old daughter moved back home after graduating from college last May. Is it appropriate for my grown child to be living at home? - Wanna be Empty Nester, 49, Chicago