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While no hard-and-fast rules exist specifically governing young adults who live in their parents' home, family experts suggest several guidelines to make the situation run more smoothly for all concerned. The real trick ... More »

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Adults that live with their parents typically result in a comfortable situation for all involved, but expectations must be in place to ensure that they don't stay for too long, recommends Market Watch. It is reasonable f... More »

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Adriana Trigiani has written 15 books, including two books for young adults. She collaborated with her three sisters and mother on the cookbook "Cooking With My Sisters: One Hundred Years of Family Recipes, from Bari to ... More »

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