A recent article from Forbes offer this tip on how families with adult children living at home can get the most out of the experience:
As trite as it might sound, the watchwords here are tolerance and curiosity. If everyone can approach the new living arrangement as an opportunity to learn more about each other, insists Joelson, the situation can go from being a burden to an enriching experience.
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