The self-esteem generation may be fixing the cultural train wreck caused by the average Baby Boomer parent.
But before I talk about how the Self-Esteem Generation—known as the Me, Me, Me people or the Millennials—are going to do this, I want to point out some of the damage the Baby Boomer parents have already heaped on their children.
First, what has led modern soldiers to become twice as susceptible to suicide?
When I was in the U.S. Marines in the 1960s, we lived in communal barracks—we did not have our own TV or our own rooms—and there are stark psychological differences between today’s 20-somethings and the mindsets of veterans of past generations, according to David Rudd, co-founder and scientific director of the National Center for Veteran Studies based at the University of Utah.
Today, “Entitlement has grown in younger generations and society has embraced that, giving in to the…
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