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  • Most Emailed Story From NY Times: “You Can Go Home Again”

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    Just when you thought they were gone, they keep coming back. KAREN L. FINGERMAN and FRANK F. FURSTENBERG of The New York Times have written a very interesting article on college graduates, and the life once school is over. Check it out in this weeks most emailed story:

    Just when parents thought they might finally be free of their children, many of this year’s college graduates will pick up their degrees — and move back home. Even those who don’t may continue to live off the parental dole; at the start of HBO’s hit series “Girls,” Hannah, played by Lena Dunham, is trying to keep the monthly checks from Mom and Dad coming. The fragile economy could exacerbate the phenomenon of delayed adolescence, keeping Americans in their late 20s and even early 30s dependent on their families for years.

    But this is not necessarily the nightmare scenario it’s made out to be. Our research shows that the closer bonds between young adults and their parents should be celebrated, and do not necessarily compromise the independence of the next generation.

    Read more at The New York Times

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