What happens when baby boomer parents and their adult children are challenged to drastically alter their lifestyles and to live independently of each other. Who will cope, and who won't? Read More
Across the nation millions of young adults are still living in the family home, and every year many more are deciding not to leave. It is a phenomenon that has been called Peter-pan-demonium, and it is sweeping Australia.
Home cooked meals, broadband internet, cable TV and little or no rent. Parents who continue providing for their children well into their 20s, and young adults who are happy to let them. But is Peter-pan-demonium causing Australian families to develop habits which could ultimately hold them back from a happier, more secure future?
The Nest is a unique television event which dives headfirst into the hearts, minds and homes of three very different Australian families. Discover what happens when baby boomer parents and their adult children are challenged to drastically change their lifestyle and attempt to live independently of each other.
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