Illustration by Alessandra Olanow for Yahoo Style. More young adults are hanging around the family nest than they have in decades. Chelsea Briche had never been more mortified. Two years ago, after moving back in with her parents in Ft. We just gave each other a look and I went to my room and jumped in the shower and hid out in my room. According to U.
Someone was trying to get in. They were just about to kiss, but the sound of relentless knocking filled the room. I made lasagna. For Tasha and the 24 million millennials who live with their parents , this kind of thing is par for the course.
You're not 12 anymore, and you don't want to fall back into being treated like you are. Skip navigation! For many, it comes down to money.
Dating is impossibly difficult. Put the two together and you come away with an awkwardness cocktail that smacks of basement must and secondhand embarrassment. In , a Pew Research Center analysis found that living at home with parents had become the most common living situation for adults age 18 to But researchers also found that 25 percent of people aged 25 to 29 live with a parent up from 18 percent a decade ago , and 13 percent of people ages 30 to 34 up from 9 percent. These living arrangements reflect not just the economic factors that are keeping these millennials at home, but also the growing trend of delaying marriage.