OR, the rest of the world doesn't move out because their parents don't let them, or their culture doesn't let them, or they have no way of doing so for what ever various reasons even if their families are toxic. The fact that they don't move out the way Americans do, doesn't mean their families aren't also toxic. You talk about his generalizations, but you aren't anywhere closer to being unbiased.
Are Indians supportive? I've heard nothing but horror stories from Indians who managed to get away from their families. I suppose we should all also have arranged marriages. Just because a society is based on a certain premise, doesn't mean that the premise is an ideal or that it couldn't work any other way other then the way they have it working now. You've heard Indians on this board talk about their over bearing parents, and feeling absolute guilt of trying to get away from them.
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