Analysis on young adults: Overdeveloped sense of freedom

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Graduation has come and gone and a lot of families are finding themselves with young adults living at home.

Whether you're parenting a soon-to-be college freshman, a student home on summer break, or a recent college grad, living with a young adult is a whole different experience than the teen years, with new rules and different expectations.

Dr. Wes Crenshaw with Family Psychological Services in Lawrence, Kan. answered questions about expectations of living with young adults.

 

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