Boomerang offspring damage parents' wellbeing, study finds

Boomerang offspring damage parents' wellbeing, study finds
 

Grown-up children who return to the family home after a period away, often at university, cause a significant decline in their parents’ quality of life and wellbeing, according to a revealing new report which explores for the first time the impact of the so-called “boomerang generation” on family life in Europe.
The study by the London School of Economics (LSE) shows that after decades of growing independence among young adults and a dramatic decline in intergenerational co-residence, the trend is now shifting in the other direction.
And as grown-up children are increasingly driven back... read more

 
7 March 2018 in Learning, Views: 40
Source: Guardian
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