Matthew Segal, a millennial and co-founder of OurTime.org, and Jen Hartstein, a family psychologist, join TODAY to discuss the growing number of college graduates moving back in with their parents. They’re being called the “boomerang generation.” NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
A new study done at Johns Hopkins shows the changing demographics in parenthood, including more single mothers and the limited amount of time parents have to spend with their children.
Paul Raeburn, author of the new book, “Do Fathers Matter?: What Science is Telling Us About the Parent We’ve Overlooked,” joins The Cycle to discuss the evolutionary and psychological impact of fathers.