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- Not the other way around. The vagueness of this report is definitely showing. When I first came to the USA to study, I thought, because of movies, most students had their own apartment and lived away from their parents. But then I discovered most had to go back home because of the nice thing called “debt”. America. Land of the free? Home of the broke. Even here in Germany, it‘s the case. I‘ve read an article where young Hongkong protestors were interviewed. One of the main reasons for the riot was, that the youngsters are not able to afford and have to live with their parents forever even tho they do have high qualifications like a bachelor or master. I feel like I’m the only person on the planet who doesn’t mind living with my mom and actually enjoy it. I’m 35.
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- Thank you for that last sentence. I didn’t know I needed that rn. It’s how the rich keep getting richer, gotta efficiently, and greedily siphon all the money from the bottom. Both of my sons have moved back home. They are 37 and 34. That’s certainly not a young adult” anymore. My younger brother died last October and my mom got diagnosed with colon cancer two weeks ago. I definitely wish it was an option for me. Detached me from my abusive family at almost 18. I thought about moving back after uni, but the thought just created a huge pit in my stomach that I just renewed my lease on my current place. Losing a lot of money, but it’s certainly much better for my well-being. I came back because my mother got cancer. I stayed because she no longer has cancer. She didn’t survive. My old man needs me around to help out now. My entire life has been one tumble cycle in the dryer after another.
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