How Do You Questions Youthful Adults and Millennials Asks Parents

 

How long should adult children be living in their parents’ homes?

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The Millennial Generation’s Views on their World of Work

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Millennials vs Generation Z How Do They Compare & What’s the Difference?

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Teen Vs. Adults: Gen Z Or Millennial Quiz

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A Millennial Job Interview

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This Is Why You Don’t Succeed Simon Sinek on The Millennial Generation

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Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace

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Getting a handle on how to be on their own can be a challenge for even the most mature and independent millennials and young adults. Parents are often the first line of information for questions about managing just about anything in their newly independent lives. The majority of unmarried and childless young adults want to marry and reproduce someday but not necessarily in that order.

Millennials have no problem cohabiting with a partner or having kids out of wedlock. Savings. Parents of millennials are notoriously helicopter parents, which inhibits young adults from becoming independent and learning to solve their own problems.” ― Tara Griffith, a therapist and founder of Wellspace SF, a San Francisco community of licensed therapists, nutritionists and certified coaches.

Our 20s can feel like being smothered in questions, but if we don’t ask the right questions, we will forever remain stuck. After years of struggle, studying, searching and being un-glamorously squashed over and over again, here are 11 questions I believe every twentysomething needs to ask to be successful: 1. Many parents of millennials are financially supporting their adult kids, paying some or all of their monthly expenses, including groceries, cell. 6. Millennials aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel.

They have a great respect and gratitude for their own parents and really know how to give their kids roots and wings. Many millennials move closer to family when they become parents, and that kind of generational continuity is a great gift to their children. An adolescent-assisted list of alternate conversation starters. With some help from my oldest son, Jackson Rettew, and his classmates at the Mount Mansfield Union High School in Jericho, Vermont. What Parents of Young Adults Should Do. I will respect my young adult’s privacy.

Though I may still sometimes view my young adult as a 7 year old in need of parenting and discipline, I will remember that, at 18 and on, my child is no longer my legal responsibility, and I will, within reason (barring concerns about health and well being) refrain from asking prying questions. For a variety of reasons, your young adult child may choose or need to move back home. A “boomerang kid” is a young adult that has decided to move back in with their parent(s) after experiencing independence from the home. When your grown-up child moves back home, it’s best to draw up a contract to outline expectations and financial agreements. And I’m not alone: Millennials and their parents are proving to have a special bond that’s unlike previous generations.

A recent study by Dr. Karen Fingerman, who specializes in adult development and aging at UT Austin, revealed that “parental involvement with young adult children has increased dramatically over the past few decades.”.

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When they ask questions such as, ‘What do you think I should do?’ or ‘What would you do?’, parents are often seeking acknowledgement of the magnitude of their dilemma or acceptance of the decision they have tentatively made.

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Use open-ended questions to allow parents to share more information and describe more of the children’s situation.

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When you ask them what their plans are for the future, their answers describe a future you might associate with someone forty years younger.

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from The MindBody Code: How to Change the Beliefs that Limit Your Health, Longevity, and Success
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Close-ended questions (e.g., “Did you do any of the following in your twenties: walk?

“Handbook of Epidemiology” by Wolfgang Ahrens, Iris Pigeot
from Handbook of Epidemiology
by Wolfgang Ahrens, Iris Pigeot
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007

In asking them, parents are also asking questions about their own life: its meaning, its value, and its challenges.

“International Handbook of Philosophy of Education” by Paul Smeyers
from International Handbook of Philosophy of Education
by Paul Smeyers
Springer International Publishing, 2018

Ask, for example, “What do you do best as a parent?” or “What is your favorite thing about being a parent?”

“Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families” by Lisa Aronson Fontes, Jon R. Conte
from Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families
by Lisa Aronson Fontes, Jon R. Conte
Guilford Publications, 2008

• Previous and current relationship with parents: Ask about the relationship with parents.

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“Has your relationship to your parents changed since you were younger?” and “What do you think the relationship will be like in 5 years?”

“Attachment in Middle Childhood” by Kathryn A. Kerns, Rhonda A. Richardson
from Attachment in Middle Childhood
by Kathryn A. Kerns, Rhonda A. Richardson
Guilford Publications, 2005

If they begin by asking, “Were your parents successful?”

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Oxford University Press, 2006

Questions also probed their future goals and their views of their current situations.15 The separate interviews with the parents and one sibling asked for their assessment of how the young adult was doing; I also asked them about their roles in the young adult’s educational experiences and jobs.

“Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life” by Annette Lareau
from Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life
by Annette Lareau
University of California Press, 2011

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  • Did I really just spend 8 minutes watching 3 people desperately trying to relate to 18 year olds take a single buzzfeed quiz, the lack of content is astounding

  • This man drink alcohol so it’s OK for him, what about abortion asswhole some abortion was good too much abortion was bad, this type of people whose working in porn industry and give you advice by saying you have porn addiction, was porn bad, porn addiction bad or porn industry bad if you give excuse by avoiding as porn industry is bad as answer than you are porn addict that’s why I don’t listen to Christian they himself has addiction on porn, alcohol and pig eating but give useless advice to others by saying mine was okay funny is they done that in the name of science lmao

  • This is so stupid. If you call someone addicted is so strange. There are so many People who arent addicted people and have depression.

  • On that last point. Very self evident about the lack of mentorship and short term gains versus long term development, when you take a look at most of the jobs advertisement, even for something that they describe as entry level, you still need at least 5 years experience, because they aren’t interested in adding to the pool of knowledge and experience,, they just want to plunder it.

  • I don’t know if anybody else has pointed this out or not be the age range for gen z is compleatly incorrect. It goes from around 2000 to 2015, not 1995 to 2005.

  • Because no one seems to know the answer, how did this whole labelling of people based on their approximate birth year even started? Was this asshole the starter of it? Other than this topic, I don’t know what is the significant contribution this asshole has made to humanity or the world. Even a fiction book? Don’t think so.

    I didn’t use to live with any such labels except to may be represent someone older we say 70s, 80s etc.

    To speak in these terms, I would say the 90s was a generation that was subjected to enormous generational jealousy because we seemed to lack hatred and bigotry that previous ones were born with. We kind of took birth into the golden age and didn’t necessarily think in terms of limitation or corporate greed. This angered the previous generation which clawed and used hook and crook and destroying away their own life just to get a living. Groups of these people like freemasonry and other social climber clubs must have decided to eliminate any real life possibilities for this new group which does not contain the same evil and same survival sickness. Hence we born with all possibilities of life, see that only those who imitate the generation before us, by either being their bitches or inheriting the same social evils are the only ones getting selected by the dinosaurs holding everything in control to be their successors. Millenials are a cheated, betrayed generation, their are strong in true human things and values, something that no one else truly had, and only acted as if they did.

  • Technology is bad, mmmkay? Lol, uh sure… Squares and rectangles. Technology does not = social media. I feel for those who are addicted to social media, but not those who are addicted to technology.

  • Here’s how workplaces of tomorrow will leverage AI, robotics, and automation technologies according to recognized leader, technology consultant and business development specialist, Yadu Muntha. Watch the exclusive interview on Engati CX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_z-InpTSHQc&list=PL05g56Qg9-goNEUmZlGGPHWfVjQRPpwr4&index=72&t=0s

  • It’s really annoying when people think gen z is like really childish and spoiled. Like we are VERY dark and maybe insane. Looking at Cursed memes and calling ourselves trash is what a lot of us do.

  • Unemployable. Zero work ethic. Physically and emotionally weak. Much better to train or retrain older workers. They show up on time, have pride in what they do and have WAY less drama. Throw out most applications from this age group and save yourself the horror of having to interview these whiney folks.

  • This is all very true but honestly, if I didn’t hit the workforce with tons of college debt during a recession just to work a couple years before a pandemic and an even bigger recession hit that cost my husband his job, then I’d be much better off. But yeah, we do lack a lot of deep characteristics that would have been developed if we didn’t constantly use technology as a crutch

  • No phones in meetings. Sorry I can’t do that unless my son is not at school and with someone who can handle any situation. I used to get calls from the school nearly daily and needed to go there ASAP. That said, I did not look at my phone unless it buzzed

  • Its always kinda weird seeing stuff like this because where I’m from if you’re a dude you’re either an electrician or plumber and if you’re a girl you’re an RN or a bank teller lol

  • Young people are so selfish today, if they don’t contribute financially or around the house then you have a problem. My kids are damaging my marriage because my wife thinks it’s ok for them to pay nothing and do nothing around the house.
    So I have two choices,
    1 keep working till I’m to old and fund them all.
    2. Sell up end my 34 year marriage and enjoy what time I have left on the planet.

  • Simon just told us a lot of bullshit. I dont have facebook or Instagram, I’m a very patient person, I never got a medall for beeing the last one, I hate cellphones and still I got the same problems like every other millenial. Guys its true the boomers don’t want to transver the wealth because the narcissism problem has already started with the boomers generation. They are not getting tired of telling us its all our own fault and we should work harder and educate ourself even more although most of the boomers don’t even have a proper education.

    WTF!!!!!

    I asked my mother if she is going to pass me her business (of course I was willed to work hard for my succes). Guess what she told me. naaahhh im going to sell it after i retired and I will even have a better life than now. WTF!!!

    When I asked my grandmother if she is going to pass me the family house or to anyone of her grandchilldren she started to laugh and told me a richer Person from outside could give her the money much faster than me (I’m not joking). I mean I know i have to work hard and earn my own stuff but giving away the family house destroyed my hope of having a Family.

    (We don’t have that much space in switzerland to build new houses you know, unless you pay like 2.2 million Dollars for a normal house)

    I’m 30 butt in the Company i work for they still call me Puppie because I’m the youngest in there.

    I mean can you believe that shit?

    Never let yourself be called lazy by such suckers like Simon.

  • I live with my parents, have a job and go to college. I live in one of the most expensive states (Hawaii). I help out my parents, they help me out in return. Personally I think these idiots are salty that we aren’t buying real estate.

  • I think this guy was speaking about GenZers’ (born between 1996 and 2010) almost everybody confuse the two generations. Millennials (born between 1981 and 1995) are more mature at this moment. And elder millennials grew up without cellphones.

  • I think most Millennials (not all of them of course) will continue to be a “thorn in the flesh” for a long time. It’s true that older generations always complain about younger generations however, what unique with the Millennial generation is that they are generally despised not only by the older generations (Boomers and Generation X), but also by the generation after them (Generation Z / Zoomers). Recently, I see more Zoomers who express that they don’t want to be associated with Milennials.

  • If he is considering millenials as a generation of people how can he undermine a generation on a common thought process.Everybody is different and work their own way and blaming an entire generation on based of perception of working attitude of a few people is pointless.

  • The legacy of millenials and generation Z will be mediocrity. This is what happens when you kill meritocracy and hire based on diversity hiring and to fill a certain quota.

  • Make school fun experiment is to blame. This late 90s thing should have been stopped when we realized it is a disaster.
    Kids would be much better off in rows of desks learning the traditional way.
    Technology should be improving schools.
    The education my kids are getting is much worse than my education was.