It’s easy to mock a “30 year old who lives with is parents.” My son is almost 29 and he’s been home with us since he graduated. Unfortunately the job market isn’t the greatest (maybe you hadn’t heard) and I’m not going to let him starve on the street. He has a college education, it’s pointless for him to be out working in a retail store or some other menial job. I will be here for him until he is able to get the job he deserves.Read it all, including Matt Walsh's response. We are raising a generation of layabout, dependent child-men. No wonder Obama won.
25 July 2013
Parenting in the era of Hope and Change: