Olympia, Washington: You breathed a sigh of relief when the last of your kids left home. You redecorated their rooms into an office or gym and you’re not only getting used to the quiet and less hectic pace of life, you’re actually enjoying it. Then one day, it all changes and suddenly, they’re back. Those same kids who left months and sometimes years ago have returned with enough emotional baggage to fill the cargo hold of a plane, staggering debt and possibly a house-full of furniture.According to a recent statistic, adult children are returning home in alarming numbers. In fact, the latest U.S. Census data reports one out of four (27%) 18 to 34 year olds are living with their parents. Author, Kathleen Shaputis knows about this first-hand. Over the last nine years, she has had two adult children and multiple grandchildren re-invade her home. Now, Shaputis has written The Crowded Nest Syndrome: Surviving the Return of Adult Children to help others cope with the dilemma of “boomerang children.”Whether your adult children have taken an expensive ride on the credit card carousel, or recently divorced, more than ever they are returning to their parents’ home to recoup. Down-sizing careers and… Read full this story
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