Last week's question: Millennials who are struggling to become fully-functional adults can now attend an "adulting" school in Portland, Maine, where they're taught how to cook a meal, book a dental appointment, and other useful life skills. If you were to write a self-help book for Millennials to help them survive in the adult world, what title would you give it?
THE WINNER: "What To Do When There's No App For That"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vt.
SECOND PLACE: "From Here to Maturity"
Tina Cramer, Mansfield, Ohio
THIRD PLACE: "The Audacity of Coping"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
"The Little Millennial That Could"
Emily Zeller, San Antonio, Texas
"How To Succeed In Life Without Even Crying"
Kim Miller, Peoria, Ariz.
"The Game of Growns"
Jeff Crask, West Union, Ohio
"How to Function When You Literally Can't Even"
Kira Willig, Miami
"Now We Are 26"
Karen Hemenway, West Chester, Pa.
Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, N.C.
John Hayes, Wilmington, Del.
"Becoming Adult Not A Dolt"
Mark Schachner, Lake George, N.Y.
"Choppered: How to Survive Without Helicopter Parents"
Wendy Archibald, Portland, Ore.