Less stigma for adult children living at home

We all know by now that it’s becoming more and more common for adult children to live at home well into their twenties, thirties, or even forties. Fortunately for families dealing with all the extra challenges of extra adults in the home, social stigma is becoming less of a concern. With so many young adults still living with Mom and Dad, their friends (and their parents’ friends) are becoming less and less likely to think there’s anything wrong with the living arrangement.

This recent article from the Wall Street Journal explains why it’s becoming socially acceptable for young people to rely on their parents for a few extra years.