Boomer 2.0: LifeLong Links
Each generation has its own music, its own style, and its own identity. We get daily reminders from our children. We often find ourselves turning into our parents as we tell our children to turn down the music, or we’re reluctant to let them leave the house with their pants hanging down to their knees. We often try to balance the younger generation’s desire to be “who they are” with our experiences from younger years. It’s a balance not always handled well, and many times we find ourselves on the losing side of many family discussions.