Plan to Transition Your Adult Kid Out of the House
Of course you love your kids, but there comes a point when parents want to be "empty nesters," or feel it's time for their adult children to move out and move on. According to the US Census Bureau, one fifth of all adult men between the ages of 24 and 35 are still living at home.
This may be a result of high unemployment rates (14.9% for people between the ages of 20-24 years old), psychological issues or social complexities, says expert Mel Robbins. Do not, however, let these reasons guilt you into keeping your kids in your home. You have a right to your own space, and to teach them about responsibility.
If you still have a child living at home and need help getting them out or keeping the peace, follow our expert’s advice for transitioning your kids out of the house.