9 Tips for Raising a Teen Who Won't Move Back Home After He's Moved Out

They’re known as boomerang kids – the ones who move out at 18 only to return to Mom and Dad’s house a few years later when they’re financially strapped. For many families, supporting an adult child takes an emotional and financial toll.
Over the last four decades there’s been a slow but steady increase in young adults moving back home. In 2012, 36% of young adults ages 18 to 31 were living in their parents’ homes, according to a 2012 Pew Research Center survey. To read more on this article from Amy Morin CLICK HERE.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, unfortunately, there are many such children, and it's a pity that they are not particularly adapted to adulthood.
    As for the moving, imagine that in my 18th I was already a freelancer and rented a small apartment. And after 4 years, finally,
    the guy and I settled in Riverside and hired https://www.moveprola.com/movers-riverside/ at first, it was difficult for us to distribute finance, but now everything is fine!


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