Hey, Mom! I'm Home Again!: Strategies for Parents and Grown Children Who Live Together
Addresses the growing phenomenon of older children living at home and related family issues of money, social expectations, courtesy, maturity, and privacy, and discusses the experiences of adults who return home from lack of money, disillusionment, or drug problems. Original.
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2 Lessons from nesters
3 Reasons for nesting
4 Benefits and problems of nesting
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