November 24, 2020, 01:32:09 am


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Thank you for all of the encouraging responses and support.  Much of what you shared has resonated with me.  Hopefully, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Almost 30 year old son continues to live at home after college and an advance degree. After graduation with the advanced, degree, decided he "hated" this profession. Works a part-time minimum wage job from 3-7 each day and then plays video games all night.  Has only been on 2 job interviews n the last year - applying for jobs he isn't even qualified for.  We have paid for counseling and a career counselor, all with no progress.  He explodes and plays the blame game every time he is asked about his job search.  No medical insurance - he had a hospital stay about a year ago and has a 30K bill hanging over his head that has not been resolved.  He should be paying rent.  Any advice on what to do?