Brent lives with his parents while he saves money for his upcoming wedding. Kasie moved in with her parents in order to pay off student loans. Dan let his two adult daughters move back in because he’s not convinced they can make it on their own just yet. It’s hard out there for millennials, and sometimes they have no choice but to move back in with Mom and Dad. This week’s panel discusses the stigma attached to moving back home, strategies to make it work (and to even make it a fruitful season), and ways to plan for the eventual flight from the nest.
Guests: Paul Angone,
Let’s face it; we don’t always have the right answers, and that’s OK. What’s not OK is asking the wrong questions. Author and millennial expert Paul Angone tackles the biggest questions of young adulthood — over 100 of them! Questions like: “Should I really post this?” “What’s the best way to break up with myself?” and “Do I have jetpack friends or anvil friends?” Listen in and get your burning questions answered.
She’s tried online dating for more than a year; she’s been looking around her new church as she serves; she even tries to start conversations in her life groups. But still no luck. This young lady can’t get a date to save her life! What’s a girl to do? Send an SOS to the Boundless Inbox, of course. Lisa has some ideas for when you’re on the lookout for Mr. Right but he’s nowhere to be found.