Many university students live with their families, while other live away from home because their universities are in different places. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both situations?

In the modern days, universities are located in various places, which means students are able to choose to study locally or distantly. That leads to the choices of students of staying with their families or living somewhere near their universities. Both ways have their own positive and negative aspects.

For a university student, living with one's closet people reveals its merits and drawbacks. It is obvious that living at home ensures the fullest financial support from family members, thus the accommodation expenses are cut down from the daily budget. It is most convenient to stay at home as students do not have to worry about sharing with annoying roomates. Besides, living close to loved ones increased the bonding between family members. However, comfortable as it is, overprotective parents tend to get everything done for the students, hence they may become dependant and rely too much on others. In addition, different generations living together may create conflicts as their thoughts and lifestyles are not the same.

On the other hand, choosing to live distantly also presents two sides. Students living in the open society have more chances to experience different aspects of life. Without the companion of families, they learn to manage their own lifestyle, which is good preparation for the future. Being exposed to reality is necessary for self-development since students have to improve themselves to fit in a community larger than families. But as well as allowing them to discover the world, lack of guidance and protection may lead students to terrible downfall. There are problems and difficulties impossible to handle by themselves so they may find drugs or alcohol as means of mental support.

To summarize, it is both advantageous and disadvantageous to live with families or to accommodate far from home. These aspects should be taken into consideration when students make their own decisions.

In the modern days, (In historical times, universities were located in various places, too.) universities are located in various places, which means students are able to choose to study locally or distantly. (wrong word) That leads to the choices of students of staying to stay with their families or live living somewhere near their universities. Both ways have their own positive and negative aspects.

For a university student, living with one's closet (A closet is a small room for storing clothing and other items.) people has reveals (wrong word) its merits (not a good word choice) and drawbacks. It is obvious that living at home ensures the fullest financial support from family members, thus the accommodation expenses are cut down from the daily budget. It is most convenient to stay at home as students do not have to worry about sharing an apartment with annoying roomates. Besides, living close to loved ones increased (wrong form) the bonding between family members. However, comfortable as it is, overprotective parents tend to get everything done for the students, (comma splice error) hence they may become dependant and rely too much on others. In addition, different generations living together may create conflicts as their thoughts and lifestyles are not the same.

On the other hand, choosing to live distantly far from home also presents two sides. Students living in the open society (wrong expression) have more chances to experience will experience different aspects of life. Without the companion (wrong word - companionship) of families, they learn to manage their own lives lifestyle, which is good preparation for the future. Being exposed to reality (Everyone lives in "reality" all the time except when you are experiencing a computer-generated reality, called "virtual reality.") is necessary for self-development since students have to improve (??) themselves to fit in a community larger than families. But as well as allowing them to discover the world, the lack of guidance and protection may lead students to a terrible downfall (This means that they die. Is that what you mean?) There are problems and difficulties impossible to handle by themselves so they may find drugs or alcohol as means of mental support.

To summarize, it is both advantageous and disadvantageous to live with families or in an accommodation to accommodate far from home. These aspects should be taken into consideration when students make their own decisions.

may lead students to a terrible downfall

Thank you for your help. I don't mean death but the situations such as bad health, bad academic results, etc. What should I replace "downfall" with then?
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predicament

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