This guy is good.
Celia, I thought so!
I agree with the fact that parents of millennials have done some damage, but I don't agree that we should all have to step up and fix the problem. That puts everyone in a co-dependent relationship. I think a little tough love would be in order. The majority of people I worked with at the grocery store were millennials and I was always astounded of how little they knew about anything. Almost all the girls were single mothers with no intention of ever marrying the "baby daddy." It was really sad.
Adrienne,I don't agree with everything he said, but there are some nuggets in there.There are way too many millennial parents & grandparents around that are still "taking care of their snowflakes".
For your amusement:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RGvrmltfMrAAndhttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz0o9clVQu8
BW,LOL, those are funny, thank you!
Interesting discussion. A couple of my grands fit the age and all the others are very close. I do not see these afflictions in them...yet. Two Navy, one Law school, one Divinity school, one Economics degree, one Art school, one employed in large supermarket chain (autistic), one just starting high school and all had very effective parenting (and I hope grand-parenting.) All very high achievers in school. Hopefully their lives are not and will not be depressed.
I must add that 7 have worked since they were old enough to hold a job and have had to pay their way. Now the youngest in high school might have a lot to learn. Loved BW Bandy links. LOL
Granny Annie,I don't see any of my grandkids fitting his description either, time will tell. LOL the BW links!
Wow, he nails it.