We rush to superimpose our own problem-solving prowess and metrics of success on young people who benefit most from establishing their own.
I devoured this book. Inhaled it greedily, as if I'd found a diary on Central Park South. At first, my pleasure was mean-spirited: with every passing day, I have less sympathy for mega-lawyers and bankers and their wives.
In Slouching Toward Adulthood, Koslow chronicles the year she spent trying to better understand what's going on with Americans between the ages of 22 and 35 who find themselves back at home, largely supported by their parents.
Friendship is tough. After the Ten Commandments, there are no official rules. Which is why you may need this list.