It used to be, you’d hear about empty nest syndrome. Now, it’s crowded nest, often even more crowded than it was before the kids grew up because when they come back home they bring their families with them. This is not necessarily a huge problem, but for some it leads to problems with both personalities and financial issues. Today is the day to realize that our living arrangements have changed rather drastically due to the global financial crisis, and realize just how many people have been forced to move in with their parents or other family members after losing their homes. There are people who seem to think that simply moving out is the best solution…and it would be, but often it is not financially possible. Before you judge someone on their living arrangements, take a minute to think about why they are living where and/or how they do.

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