Im watching the Morning Show (shut up, I love Larry Emdur, what of it?) and there was a quick segment on people in their 20s having 'quarter life crisis'. The 2 people "weighing in" on the topic were over the age of 30 and said things like 'get over yourselves', 'you're not as hard done by as you think' and 'this is the time of your life'.
Now.....this kind of got me thinking. Any older generation seem to think that the youngins have it sooo easy nowdays and should stop complaining BUT at the same time they dont know the struggles the younger generations are currently going through. They might have had SIMILAR experiences, but not exactly the same.
So is it fair for older generations to make the above comments or should every generation respect eachothers struggles and not compare?
(when replying, if you dont mind, can you state your age or general age please. Would be interesting to see different ages opinions)