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Why so many Irish children live well into adulthood at home – and why it’s bad for the whole family

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The launch failure sounds like a major malfunction in the Space-X program. However, in the psychological literature, start failure refers to adult children who leave their family home very late or never leave to live independently from their parents. In a similar context, “boomeranging” refers to those adults who have lived far from home and then, for whatever reason, move back home to their families of origin. In both situations it can be problematic when adult children live at home with their parents.

was planning to write about toddler tantrums today and was reading about individuation, which is the process that begins in infancy and continues throughout childhood where children realize that they are separate beings from and independent of their parents could be. Research on individuation also led me to read more about adults who never quite made it to full independence from their parents.

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