Today’s story features Natasha Giraldo, a 33-year-old who recently moved in with her 63-year-old mother to save money and pay off substantial credit card debt.
Quotes from the article show how multi-generational living can be tough on both adult parent and child. From Natasha:
She’s already raised me. She doesn’t have to do it again. I moved back in as a necessity based on the choices I made. As much as I love my mom, when I’m able, I will be out of here.
And from her mom:
It’s a whole change in lifestyle. If I’m perfectly honest, I would love to go back to having my house to myself. But you incorporate (your adult children) into your life rather than stop living.
You can read the whole article here.