Who Are the Millennials

Surely you’ve heard all the stereotypes that center around the Millennial Generation – they are lazy, entitled, narcissistic, and don’t value hard work. However, the Millennials aren’t so offended by these stereotypes, as most of them don’t care. Instead, Millennials are proving to be a force for good throughout business and family environments. They choose experiences over “stuff”, they value fathers being involved in the daily ins and outs of parenting, and they care about the environment.
Millennials, or people born in the years 1981 through 1996, are proving to be just as a formidable source of change as the Baby Boomer generation. These 20 and 30 somethings have something to say, and they are changing the world around them because of it.

At Open Book Open Hearts, we want to know what you have to say. Tell us more about you, the stereotypes you face (and if you even care about what other generations think of you), what you are struggling with and what you are succeeding at.

Submit your story to us for the chance to be published on our site.

Millennial articles

FEAR-The challenge for all of us in all generations

My body, my mind, and my soul is floating through profound darkness. The twine cuts my wrists and ankles. I sense uncertainty and doubt around me hiding in trees and shrubs close by. I hear the howling of the distant wind predicting threats to come. I know nothing...

Changing Gender Roles and Perceptions

After WWII and into the 1950’s the culture was dominated by men. Women having replaced men in the wartime workforce then returned to primarily domestic duties. Men and most women viewed the world from a Neolithic point of view. Man was the hunter gatherer and woman...

Volume 1 Issue 2

As we embark on the holiday season, let me wish you a merry christmas/happy holidays/happy hanukkah or whatever other greeting you prefer. We at OBOH trust that you will have a very enjoyable holiday with your loved ones. If you wish to comment on today’s publication...

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