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 No.16612

If I'm successful financially, I think I might create a NEET house, as a safe space where NEETs can move out of their parents house, become a virtuoso of what they're passionate about, and/or be counseled on how to actually succeed at life. Eventually though, they will have to either use what they've learned to get a job and move out, or contribute to the household (I suspect it'd mostly be the later, since it's the safer option).

What do you think? Can someone learn to not be a leech on society in an environment like this, or would this inevitably reinforce their dependence on others? Would you be comfortable moving to such a place full of NEET strangers, even if shit hit the fan?

 No.16614

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>Can someone learn to not be a leech on society in an environment like this, or would this inevitably reinforce their dependence on others?
Some will, some won't.
The thing is, most (and notice I say 'most') NEETs are unemployed/out of school because of the shitty environment they live in. So it may be a good chance for them to grow in a more stable environment where they aren't expected to be completely functional society members and they can fuck up a bit while learning.

Then there's the fucking leeches who won't do shit.

If you're doing it, good luck, and keep us updated.

 No.16615

>>16614
Well, it's not really a viable thing for me yet. I'm still in that part of my life where I need to avoid becoming a NEET myself. I'll stay optimistic though, and if I remember this place I definitely will update, if anything happens. Thanks for the advice.

 No.16616

That sounds really great, im sure that would do alot of people good.
Tough as said some will just be freeloaders, so you should be prepared to just cancel the whole operation at any point knowing that you might lose, money so dont do it unless you can afford to lose.

Good luck, i hope you can pull this off.

 No.16617

Hey, a topic on /n/ that isn't self-absorbed and/or 2edgy4me. That's always nice to see.
Good luck, OP. I genuinely hope you pull this off someday, or at least pass on the idea to someone who can, cause this sounds like it'd really help a lot of people. Keep us updated, man.

 No.16618

I've also had thoughts of doing this some day. It might be more useful to have a network of people doing this, rather than one single place.

 No.16684

If I can I'll do the same, see if I could get some neets to live with me and make something amazing…

 No.16719

Since I don't have anything better to do, how about we theorize how this would work.

Before we can even start, there are many dilemmas that must be addressed. For example, although NEET's are mostly harmless, many of them would eventually act-out in some way because they dislike the way they are living, hate their lack of self-confidence, or other issue's often correlated with NEET people. If a NEET minor has some kind of tamper-tantrum and someone gets hurt, or property is destroyed, who is liable? Most likely the head of the household.

How can this be addressed? The only solution I can think of is to disallow minors, but that's undesirable for obvious reasons. Thoughts?

 No.16720

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>>16719
I think that before addressing that problem you should consider how to get people who don't do shit to work in the first place,

 No.16721

>>16719
I dont think minors should be allowed, most of them will be in school anyway and still have chances to recover, there are dedicated services for that sort of thing.
I understand there are exceptions to this, but even if for purely legal reasons this seems reasonable.

For mental problems it would be good to have a certified psychiatrist on board.
Someone you can trust, i dont know if someone here has a psychology degree.

Ofcourse if this isnt taken too far then might well just be a hotel or so from a legal aspect, so certain problems might not even be applicable if they dont get out of hand.

Theres probably not too much trouble to be caused if people with serious mental problems keep taking their pills, most would be grateful and happy to be with others im sure.

 No.16722

>>16721
You have a good point there. I think I agree with you on that. It probably is pretty important to have a psychologist on board, but that person would have to be very altruistic to be working with us. Then again, it probably wouldn't be that demanding, so maybe someone would be willing to do it in their free time.

 No.16723

>>16720
Probably using positive reinforcement of some sort. As much as I hate tiered systems, I think it sounds reasonable to give those that contribute most to the household/community some privileges over those that seem to have no intention of doing anything productive.

 No.16727

>>16721
>For mental problems it would be good to have a certified psychiatrist on board.
>Someone you can trust, i dont know if someone here has a psychology degree.

Psychiatrist =/= Psychologist
You would require a literal medical doctor, who specializes in the field of psychiatry.

 No.16829

Moved to >>>/hikki/175.



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