failure to launch is not a movie

Apparently there is a way to get an “insightful, sensitive, thoughtful, content, well-honed, self-actualizing crop of grown-ups” out of those 20-somethings still living in their parent’s basements.

Just wait for it.

That’s the conclusion of Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, a psychology professor at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., who has “discovered” a new developmental stage he calls “emerging adulthood.”

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