Collectively as a group, millennials are messed up. It’s not completely their fault, but they themselves are mostly to blame.
Millennials have not been adequately prepared for life.
Millennials ae now paralyzed with “fear” because they foolishly believe society has made them the way they are.
Millennials have never been taught by anyone about how to cope.
Millennials don’t seem to comprehend that life is not fair, we don’t always get a sticker, and can’t win ever game or election.
Losing an election is not fatal. It happens.
Millennials are, indeed, snowflakes. The wussiest generation ever.
But they insist we stop calling them “snowflakes” because, are you ready? The term is unfair, abusive, and damages their mental health.
When millennials admit they suffer discomfort from being labelled “snowflakes,’ they are, in essence, conceding they are snowflakes, as the mere mention of one word, just one word could damage their fragile psyches.
Author Chuck Palahniuk wrote the 1996 book “Fight Club,” that contains the line “You are not special. You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake.”
Millennials invite the barbs by their constant whining and demanding some sort of force field.
Latest case in point: Crying closets.