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Topic - Vivian Diller
"Young adults today — especially 20-something women — view financial dependence neither as a failure nor as a betrayal of their political beliefs as many of their mothers might have," she wrote in a 2011 Huffington Post article. "They are less embarrassed about what they see as a temporary and transitional stage."
Clinical psychologist Vivian Diller warns that parents too often enable this period of extended adolescence — to the detriment of young people.