For $28,000 a month, privileged 20-somethings who have failed to reach their ‘true potential’, will get basic life skills in scheduling, cleaning and even ‘showing up’, according to Fusion.
Therapy and group sessions are supplements by treatments such as art classes, yoga and meditation.
Up to 16 people can live in the Yellowbrick residence; a four-story apartment building where patients live together in apartments in groups of three or four.
Staff members are never too far away however, to teach residents the basics such as shopping, cooking and cleaning.
So, people are paying $28K a month for their worthless, helpless offspring to learn the basic stuff their parents should have taught them.
The article says that some of these people suffer from “anxiety disorders” and other mental illness. I’m skeptical. The Psychiatric profession has so broadened the definition of disorder that practically any personality quirk qualifies. Couple that with the cult of victimhood and people who just can’t accept responsibility and… yeah, I don’t believe that everybody who goes in there just has a mental illness.
BTW: Their success rate is <20%. 4 out 5 people who go through the program are still dysfunctional.
Sometimes I think our society deserves collapse.