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When do kids become adults? At 18? When they go to university or get a job? When their cognitive development is complete? When they finally leave home after boomerang-ing in and out of the nest for most of their 20s?

Over the years, one of the many criticisms I've heard of millennials and Generation Z is that we're growing up later. We don't tend to get married at 20 and have two children by age 25, like many of our parents did. Many of us pursue higher education and gap years, then stretch out our child-free years until our

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