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Podcast #61: Shifting Family Dynamics in Post-Grad

Or, how to gain independence from your parents as an adult.

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Podcast #61: Shifting Family Dynamics in Post-Grad

Welcome back, adultescents! Today’s episode kicks off with a pre-travel chat about Laura’s upcoming trip to Portugal. Then, Jess and Laura talk about the differences between Millennials and Gen-Z.

For the bulk of the episode, this week’s topic is all about family relationships after college. It’s no secret that sometimes, parents can be domineering – even if they want the best for you. Jess and Laura talk about how to gain more independence from your parents in early adulthood, and some of the struggles they’ve faced when setting boundaries with family.

Shifting Family Dynamics in Post-Grad

The adulting moments of the week include an anecdote about hanging curtains and a tip for cleaning out your closet.

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By Laura Davis

Laura is the co-founder of Adultescence, a podcast and blog for post grads, where she writes about friendship, dating, and career with the mission of helping guide twenty-somethings through early adulthood. She has written and edited for a variety of lifestyle publications, including Let's Eat Cake, Popular Science, and Flixed.

When she's not typing away on her laptop, you can find Laura working on her MBA at Boston College, listening to Taylor Swift, or sweating it out at an OrangeTheory class. Follow her on Instagram @LauraKristine21 and LinkedIn.

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