Dr. Helen recommends a book about getting our teenagers prepared for the world.
First, clean up your room.
Then your parents should read the book.
The authors point out that even young people who appear to be succeeding by conventional standards wake up in their mid-twenties clueless about how to find a job, manage money, cook, or live on their own. They are educated but unable to care for themselves. “Twenty-five is now becoming the new fifteen.”