A report published in the UK by housing charity Shelter shows that 1.7 million people aged 20 to 40 are living with their parents because they can’t afford their own home. What’s worse is that 40% of the parents in these homes think their children will never — ever — be able to afford their own home.
Parents are taking a financial hit, too. Forty percent are buying their kids’ groceries, and 20% say they have less money to spend on themselves.
Looking for an American family with boomerang kids
A TV network in Washington, DC is looking for a U.S.-based family with boomerang kids at home to appear on-camera in an upcoming documentary. Families from anywhere in the United States are welcome. If you're…
Boomerang Kids in Boulder Colorado
Today I provided some tips to Colorado parents of boomerang kids in an article in the Boulder Daily Camera. You can read the article here.
Real stories of Boomerang kids
It's simply a fact of life for modern families that adult children tend to return home at least once after they initially leave the nest. That's why young adults these days are so often called…