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Topic - Vivian Diller
Certainly our graduates need our continued support. But provide that support within a specific trajectory. Give your graduates a sense of vision — a sense of the urgent need for them to take charge of their continued growth and development into adults.
The latest casino promotion in Atlantic City gives new meaning to "going bust."
"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.