The Ugly Truth About Millennials
Today I asked my followers how would they describe Millennials and this is what I got:
“lazy”, “thin-skinned”, “spoiled”, “selfish”, “undisciplined”, “self-absorbed”, ”fragile”, “oblivious”, etc.
…and I can agree on this. This generation is really what you call it. But there was one description that is the most accurate.
You’re in charge. You insisted your children and grandchildren have to get higher education instead of taking a blue-collar job or just entering the workforce after school like your generation did. Most of you pay for that (often unnecessary) higher education. You are overprotective and prevent your children from playing outside and making mistakes you had a chance to make to gain that thick skin. You don’t let your 12-year-old kid stay at home alone because they are too young. And who is wrong when your child has a conflict at school? I bet you always blame the other side, not your “special snowflake”. And how you get surprised that the whole generation gets offended by facing the truth: they are not special. It must hurt, right?
They have never been taught how to debate and formulate an argument, as another followernoticed. Now you may start shouting about terrible school education, but it’s the family which is to blame.
Millennials are the product of your parenting. You spoiled your child and now you’re asking why they are demanding everything for doing nothing. See the correlation here?
And if you’re reading this and you’re not a parent yet, please, do some research on raising a responsible person and let your child make mistakes, it will help them in the future. I bet you don’t want your child to be triggered by “manspreading”. Do yourself a favor, raise your child right.
BONUS for Millennials:
1) You shouldn’t be offended if it was not intended to offend you.
2) Being offended is a choice you make. Nobody is responsible for that choice but you.
3) Even if it was intended, functioning adults understand that they must move on and not cry over a rude comment on the Internet
4) You should stop whining on the Internet. It’s too annoying.