DEAR PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN FANCY TINY HOUSES
Lauren Modery
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These issues aren’t unique to tiny houses. Some families live in tiny apartments, or fit dozens of extended family members under one roof. The same concerns about privacy and alone-time apply there. Although many of us may have been raised with lots of personal space, it’s kind of a historical anomally. Bigger living quarters make it easier to dodge confrontations and awkward subjects, rather than addressing them intentionally.

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