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Thread: Consequences of Perpetual Adolescence?

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    My family is working class/working poor, so we have been and will probably again be a multi-generational family. As long as everyone is contributing, I don't think it's a huge deal. I don't know how we'll do when/if kids' partners get introduced to the mix other than they'd probably have to chip in with us to get a bigger house, but whatever. It's usually cheaper to combine living expenses, which would allow us all a better quality of life.
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    I posted what I thought were relevant ideas in terms of defining maturity and the implications of maturity. So I guess that's the best I can do until you define your question more clearly.
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