That doesn't really cut it for many. In fact, some might even be so extreme as to not allow something like chronic illness or disability as an excuse - but that would be the minority.Well, it depends on the situation on why the adult child may be living at home. I know of a few that got married, and in order to build up some money to be able to afford a deposit on an apartment or a future home, they went to live with parents till they had the money saved up to do so.
Why is it people like Michael Savage can't see that? In their view, the young lads haven't tried hard enough.in today's world that things are so expensive that young people can't afford to pay for things. even if they had three jobs it will take them time to buy an apartment. Those that are gone to collage they have to rent away from home and those locations have high rent
Don't take this the wrong way and I'm also disabled but it seems like web development, particularly with forums, is the ghetto of the disabled. However, it's a pretty interesting way of living, though.I'm 29, and I still live at home. Even though I'd like to move out one day, I don't think I can cope, for a multitude of reasons. Having a disability is one of them.
Well, also they assume the person is lazy and plays video games all day (or watches porn or something) - when actually they do chores. The arrogance of working people is off the charts!You can't just assume that someone is still living with their parents in order to mooch off them. Besides having a disability, the child may be living with their parents in order to help their parents do things that they need help with.
Yeah, I was reading in Psychology Today or something that people would rather paint artwork on the the top of the ceiling for years, as experience pleasure.That's because playing video games all day isn't something that is meaningful. I mean, yeah it may be fun, but it doesn't provide you with a sense of accomplishment or anything like that.