Even when you're all grown up, it can be hard to get out of the parent-child relationship you got used to during childhood. "When we’re with our parents, it sometimes seems as if rationality and maturity have fled the room," Karen R. Koenig, MEd, LCSW tells Bustle.
Living with parents. Whether or not they marry, a growing number of young adults between ages 18 and 34 are living with parents. When adult children live with.
5 days ago But that's not the reality for most young adults who've reached this age. Majority of the public says parents do too much for their young adult.
Papers aren't filed, and no judge hears the case, but more and more adult children are divorcing their parents, often completely cutting off.