Why it’s OK to be a boomerang child now

We’re back — and that’s OK. (Tricia Wang via Flickr)

Chelsea Petree, assistant director of the Parent Program at the University of Minnesota, tells the Star Tribune that it’s no longer a bad thing to be a boomerang child who lives with Mom and Dad after graduation:

“Graduates and their parents report this is their plan — it’s not a default or a worst-case-scenario. The stigma is fading. Fewer people are embarrassed about it.”

You can read the full article here.