intelligent & are capable of making decisions for themselves i.e. going on job interviews w/them & otherwise doing things for them that they should be doing themselves? Of course, presently there is a delay in adulthood with adolescence extending until one's late 20s but do you argue that delaying adulthood & its responsibilities are harming these young adults? Why? Why not?
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If an adult child has mental/physical challenges that is a different thing. I was addressing adult children who are mentally/physically healthy.
I know you were. I know somebody at work who in in his 50's still lives at home and very dependent on his mother. She should have put her foot down years ago
I SUPERVISED such a person. Let me tell you that this person wasn't a day at the beach, this person was more like a storm. She couldn't DO ANYTHING w/o supervision. She was beyond useless.
If something happened to this guy's mother-heaven forbid-he probably wouldn't know what to do to survive. One good point he does pay her rent