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Millennials have no concept of family.

 
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Millennials have no concept of family.
I guess it was by design. One of the main tenants of communism.
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Why are you blaming the them for being taught that way?
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Why are you blaming the them for being taught that way?
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Granted,I'll take blame for part of their self contentedness.
But, it is part of the communist platform.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Why are you blaming the them for being taught that way?
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Granted,I'll take blame for part of their self centered
But, it is part of the communist platform.
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A lot of millenials see the state taking dominance over every faucet of their lives and naturally want to avoid it, the responsible ones see this world and refuse to have children.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Why are you blaming the them for being taught that way?
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Granted,I'll take blame for part of their self centered behavior.
But, it is part of the communist platform.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I go to see my family members several times a week man. I love my family, even for their flaws.

Im a supposed "millenial."
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I mean, you're not wrong.

As a millennial, with my own family now, I can say that my childhood and growing up didn't exactly give me the concept of a real family. You see, both my parents worked to provide me with a great lifestyle. We went on vacations, I was in sports, the whole nine yards. Sounds picture perfect.

Except that my father would work 12 hour days from the time I was old enough to remember, until the day I moved out of the house. This didn't leave time for my Father to teach me... Well... Anything. Thus, while I had my father in my life, he wasn't exactly around to be a role model.

My parents were extremely materialistic, had to have the nicest house, new cars, awesome vacations, etc. The American Dream. This meant my parents were always working, rather than say... Spending time teaching the kids how to change the oil in a car, how to cook, what it means to be a man, etc.

Middle class parents have been trusting the public school systems and cable television to not only babysit, but educate and mold the minds of their children.

To me, this was a basis of how NOT to be a parent. Thus, once I started my own family, I made sure that my son knew - He and his future are my top priorities. We may not have the biggest house or go on sweet vacations every year, but I get to spend time with my son on a daily basis and have a hand in shaping his future.


So while I agree, Millennials have no concept of family, unfortunately that has a lot to do with how they were brought up, how their families functioned, etc. If they've never experienced the concept of Family, how would they hold that concept as knowledge?
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I mean, you're not wrong.

As a millennial, with my own family now, I can say that my childhood and growing up didn't exactly give me the concept of a real family. You see, both my parents worked to provide me with a great lifestyle. We went on vacations, I was in sports, the whole nine yards. Sounds picture perfect.

Except that my father would work 12 hour days from the time I was old enough to remember, until the day I moved out of the house. This didn't leave time for my Father to teach me... Well... Anything. Thus, while I had my father in my life, he wasn't exactly around to be a role model.

My parents were extremely materialistic, had to have the nicest house, new cars, awesome vacations, etc. The American Dream. This meant my parents were always working, rather than say... Spending time teaching the kids how to change the oil in a car, how to cook, what it means to be a man, etc.

Middle class parents have been trusting the public school systems and cable television to not only babysit, but educate and mold the minds of their children.

To me, this was a basis of how NOT to be a parent. Thus, once I started my own family, I made sure that my son knew - He and his future are my top priorities. We may not have the biggest house or go on sweet vacations every year, but I get to spend time with my son on a daily basis and have a hand in shaping his future.


So while I agree, Millennials have no concept of family, unfortunately that has a lot to do with how they were brought up, how their families functioned, etc. If they've never experienced the concept of Family, how would they hold that concept as knowledge?
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Many (not all) were raised in daycare centers as both parents worked (a by-product of radical feminism that took mothers away from their traditional roll as mother that raised the kids while father worked). This created the hive mentality you see in many millennials.. "it takes a village (communism)".
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I guess it was by design. One of the main tenants of communism.
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^Precisely
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I guess it was by design. One of the main tenants of communism.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
My parents were divorced when I was young, kind of fucks up the warm and fuzzy family feelings.

Divorced parents is common in my generation.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
People thought kids were toys and play things

This generation is the end result of that
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I mean, you're not wrong.

As a millennial, with my own family now, I can say that my childhood and growing up didn't exactly give me the concept of a real family. You see, both my parents worked to provide me with a great lifestyle. We went on vacations, I was in sports, the whole nine yards. Sounds picture perfect.

Except that my father would work 12 hour days from the time I was old enough to remember, until the day I moved out of the house. This didn't leave time for my Father to teach me... Well... Anything. Thus, while I had my father in my life, he wasn't exactly around to be a role model.

My parents were extremely materialistic, had to have the nicest house, new cars, awesome vacations, etc. The American Dream. This meant my parents were always working, rather than say... Spending time teaching the kids how to change the oil in a car, how to cook, what it means to be a man, etc.

Middle class parents have been trusting the public school systems and cable television to not only babysit, but educate and mold the minds of their children.

To me, this was a basis of how NOT to be a parent. Thus, once I started my own family, I made sure that my son knew - He and his future are my top priorities. We may not have the biggest house or go on sweet vacations every year, but I get to spend time with my son on a daily basis and have a hand in shaping his future.


So while I agree, Millennials have no concept of family, unfortunately that has a lot to do with how they were brought up, how their families functioned, etc. If they've never experienced the concept of Family, how would they hold that concept as knowledge?
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Wow, this is so close to my own upbringing it's scary. Thanks for sharing and I would do the same for my children if I had any.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
My parents were divorced when I was young, kind of fucks up the warm and fuzzy family feelings.

Divorced parents is common in my generation.
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Same

Lots to figure out

Most of our parents had children with out financial stability

The end result is disaster
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Many (not all) were raised in daycare centers as both parents worked (a by-product of radical feminism that took mothers away from their traditional roll as mother that raised the kids while father worked). This created the hive mentality you see in many millennials.. "it takes a village (communism)".
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No motherly love

No harsh discipline for fucking up

Kids need both
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I go to see my family members several times a week man. I love my family, even for their flaws.

Im a supposed "millenial."
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That’s wonderful

Good for you
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
My parents were divorced when I was young, kind of fucks up the warm and fuzzy family feelings.

Divorced parents is common in my generation.
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Same

Lots to figure out

Most of our parents had children with out financial stability

The end result is disaster
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On the flip side of that coin, it's better to reproduce in shitty circumstances that not reproduce at all...

Look at the birth rates, the demographic cliff is pretty much upon us.

Especially for white folk, we really aren't reproducing at proper replacement rates right now.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
My parents were divorced when I was young, kind of fucks up the warm and fuzzy family feelings.

Divorced parents is common in my generation.
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Same

Lots to figure out

Most of our parents had children with out financial stability

The end result is disaster
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79213844


On the flip side of that coin, it's better to reproduce in shitty circumstances that not reproduce at all...

Look at the birth rates, the demographic cliff is pretty much upon us.

Especially for white folk, we really aren't reproducing at proper replacement rates right now.
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True

I never wanted kids

I knew that at a young age

I truly wanted to understand a complex world no one could seem to explain

If I had it to do again, I would of had a farm

And raised 14 children
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
so we as a society have been brainwashed for a long time now. brainwashed to be everything we can be. to always strive strive strive to accumulate more more more. we have been brainwashed to not value spiritual connections with others ..... and we blame this on communism?


it is OUR fault for allowing this to happen. It was the easier path, the easier road to travel, or so we thought

but keep on blaming everything and anything else ... I am sure it will improve this immensely


it is all related ... everything ... it is all related as to how we view this reality

you honestly think the traditional family structure was the best we can do?
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
My parents were divorced when I was young, kind of fucks up the warm and fuzzy family feelings.

Divorced parents is common in my generation.
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True. I think that 1) divorced parents and 2) anti-family marxist programming in schools are the two biggestcultural cancers destroying millennials.

Divorce is VERY destructive for children. Because of divorce, kids dislike and distrust their parents, and this attitude spreads to all the children around them -- like a parent hating virus.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
so we as a society have been brainwashed for a long time now. brainwashed to be everything we can be. to always strive strive strive to accumulate more more more. we have been brainwashed to not value spiritual connections with others ..... and we blame this on communism?


it is OUR fault for allowing this to happen. It was the easier path, the easier road to travel, or so we thought

but keep on blaming everything and anything else ... I am sure it will improve this immensely


it is all related ... everything ... it is all related as to how we view this reality

you honestly think the traditional family structure was the best we can do?
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That was engineering through and through

Work 18 hours a day then go to school at night because why?

Until I’m so miserable I don’t even want to get out of bed?

Waste of a life

Ended up losing everything and never been happier
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Did you know OP, that blaming others for your own flaws is mental disorder.

Grow up.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
That's why the concept of found family is important to them as it was to early Christians.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Someone launched a weapon at us about 40 years ago that largely destroyed families in this country. It was a combination of feminism and consumerism. It fragmented families and here we are. I do believe it was totally by design. These monsters have been planning this thing for a long time.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Feminism and materialism ruined generations. Read Your Money or your Life by Joe and Vicki Dominiquez.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I guess it was by design. One of the main tenants of communism.
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This started with the Boomie rebellion against traditional norms and money over everything
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
A lot of millenials see the state taking dominance over every faucet of their lives and naturally want to avoid it, the responsible ones see this world and refuse to have children.
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Muslims don't care. They'll have 6-7 kids in a family.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
I mean, you're not wrong.

As a millennial, with my own family now, I can say that my childhood and growing up didn't exactly give me the concept of a real family. You see, both my parents worked to provide me with a great lifestyle. We went on vacations, I was in sports, the whole nine yards. Sounds picture perfect.

Except that my father would work 12 hour days from the time I was old enough to remember, until the day I moved out of the house. This didn't leave time for my Father to teach me... Well... Anything. Thus, while I had my father in my life, he wasn't exactly around to be a role model.

My parents were extremely materialistic, had to have the nicest house, new cars, awesome vacations, etc. The American Dream. This meant my parents were always working, rather than say... Spending time teaching the kids how to change the oil in a car, how to cook, what it means to be a man, etc.

Middle class parents have been trusting the public school systems and cable television to not only babysit, but educate and mold the minds of their children.

To me, this was a basis of how NOT to be a parent. Thus, once I started my own family, I made sure that my son knew - He and his future are my top priorities. We may not have the biggest house or go on sweet vacations every year, but I get to spend time with my son on a daily basis and have a hand in shaping his future.


So while I agree, Millennials have no concept of family, unfortunately that has a lot to do with how they were brought up, how their families functioned, etc. If they've never experienced the concept of Family, how would they hold that concept as knowledge?
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This is exactly how I feel. I am nothing like my parents, most of the time they confuse me, taking 6 vacations a year and not being prepared for anything. They flitter their money away like it grows on trees and act irresponsibly. I dont drink AT ALL because I was surrounded by a drunk father stepfather my whole life, iI got no time for their nonsense.
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Re: Millennials have no concept of family.
Someone launched a weapon at us about 40 years ago that largely destroyed families in this country. It was a combination of feminism and consumerism. It fragmented families and here we are. I do believe it was totally by design. These monsters have been planning this thing for a long time.
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The Powers That Be used inflation so that many mothers could not afford to stay home and not work. This is how they got mothers working full time while putting their children in daycare centers ten to twelve hours a day.

The rise of greedy consumerism made people feel the need for much bigger houses with more rooms than could ever be used, as the a status symbol of their success.





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