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Dear readers,

 

I’m at a loss  for words and lack understanding. Will someone please explain in layman’s terms, what is happening to this generation of young people, commonly referred to as GENERATION Z. The majority of them seem to lack good morals, and they have values that they  not meaningful. Furthermore, there is a blatant disregard for human life, and they resist becoming a positive, creative, active member for the society they live in. I’ve observed the absence  of modesty that is viewed as being back wards and old fashion among young ladies of this generation, and some of the women from my era ( baby boomers). The young males glorify the sagging pants fashion no matter how ignorant this style makes them appear. This may seem like as expression of personal bias towards GENERATION Z; nonetheless, I’m saying out-loud what most adults are thinking or talking about behind closed doors.

What Say You?

 

 

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7 comments

    • Dragthepen

      I may get a lot of black lash for saying this, but I feel a lot of their behavior comes from lack of home training and that no is holding them accountable for their behavior. My son was born in the 80’s and I would have never put with his bad behavior.

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  1. Rohvannyn

    I’ve been wondering about this myself. I think part of it is due to a lack of personal responsibility (not accountability, though that would help) as well as a sense of entitlement.

    The youngsters I’m around think the world owes them a living, that they deserve not just a job but a good job for minimal effort, that if they get money from the government it comes from some bottomless well of money that doesn’t depend on taxpayers. They seem to think the president is a king who hands out money from their own personal fortune, rather than redistributing the wealth of those who work.

    Finally, the millennials are raised in a victim culture where nothing is their fault – that stems from the lack of responsibility, the sense of entitlement, and the idea that everybody is special in their own way and everybody is a winner just for participating. Their cry is “rescue me! It’s not my fault! Do it for me!” If no one is a loser then no one truly wins.

    These issues have multiple causes. It’s partly the parents, partly the schools, partly the media, and partly the social welfare system.

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