Giving tough love to two 21-year-old slackers

Yohem, Roger
June 2008
Inside Tucson Business;6/2/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 52, p18
The article presents two stories that explored the need to give tough love to two 21-year old slackers. The author recounts how these individuals were helped by their parents and relatives so that they would change their lazy habits and do something good for their future. After people got tired of their laziness, the two slackers finally decided to turn around their life when they were pushed to do things on their own.


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