Big Homes Lead to Anti-Social Behavior in Young People

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In this article I will say something that flies in the face of conventional wisdom. But on this issue experience and observation have made my conviction strong. Here let me reiterate the title of this thread: living in a big house tends to engender anti-social behavior.

The American dream traditionally defined consists of living in a big house, driving a nice car, and having a nuclear family with approximately two kids. While each of these elements is a worthy achievement, I want to push back against the idea that bigger is always better when it comes to the house in which you live.

There are certain advantages to living in a bigger house. Big houses are physically attractive. Big houses feature greater space in-between other houses on the same block. Big houses comes with the luxury of hosting karaoke night any day of the week and spare the misery of…

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