Is it that men are taking longer to grow up or is it they are just choosing to live a different life?
This New York Times article describes four men in New York who are about to turn 40. They started living together at NYU and haven’t stopped. They all work for themselves in creative fields, so living together became a practical thing. It allowed them to split the rent and spend their money on their pursuits.
As the article points out, a camaraderie evolved. One man stated; it’s all the best things of a family without the downsides.
Are they delaying their development? Are they just doing what is necessary in these tough economic times? Have they found something that most men would want, deep friendship and support?
What is your take?
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