The author Richard Settersten says this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In Not Quite Adults he argues that this slower path to adulthood could be better for everyone involved.
Are you an adult living with your parents? If so, why are you in that situation? Or, are you a parent with an adult child still at home? What is it like for you?
- Richard Settersten: Author of “Not Quite Adults”
- Zach Powers: Now 29, returned to live with parents between age 23 and 25
- Corrine Spiegel: Mother whose 26-year-old son currently lives at home
- Bryce Meekins: 22-year-old living with parents
- Daryl Meekins: Father of Bryce Meekins