(E-Book) Generation X vs. Millennial’s: A Social Disconnect

Author: David Chandler


The Purpose For My E-Book……

With me being a Millennial myself, hearing and seeing the comments being made in regards to Millennila’s. I decided to break down the social relationship between Gen Xers and Millennial’s. In order for us as a whole to develop, we must take accountability for our part in the social development of the youth.

For years, there have been arguments back and forth, with Millennial’s and Generation X, mainly about the mental development and the decision making process. There is no doubt that there is a social disconnect among generations, and the book breaks down why that may be. Millennial’s will be the future of America, but will we live up to the standards that were previously set? Do we even care about the previous standards, or are we focused on molding our own legacy?

The fact of the matter is, we need help, we need structure, and we need focus, but we all have to do it as a unit. Soladarity is a must, and honestly, the relationship isn’t solid among generations today, there is educational gap and it has to be delt with, or the disconnect will grow larger. Below, you can purchase the 7 chapter e-book, for only 4 dollars. Buy it, and hopefully it will shed some light on the path that we may need to take in the future.


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  1. Sunny left a comment on March 29, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    I’m one of those weird people who falls between Gen X and Millenial so I really can’t relate to either. I tend to think that every generation has it’s gaps, disagreements, and problems. The flower child of the 60’s was a huge concern, but I think it was a glorious part of U.S. history and taught us some great lessons as a nation.

    Whether millenials forge their own legacy or try to maintain a standard, I believe that you are right – education plays a huge part in that. I’m intersted to read what you have to say about that in your e-book.

    • admin left a comment on March 29, 2018 at 10:45 pm

      Thanks, I hope you like it 

  2. Michelle left a comment on March 30, 2018 at 5:42 pm

    This is a great topic and will no doubt enable a conversation/debate from both generations. All generations can learn something from another generation. As long as people are will to learn they will develop. Hopefully, it will be a good starting point for these to start to take place. Look forward to reading more.

  3. Melissa left a comment on March 30, 2018 at 6:39 pm

    This is a very interesting topic and I would definitely be interested in reading your book. I think that every generation has their differences and their is always a gap in the ability to relate. However, they each have brought something of value to our society. It will be interesting to see the impact that Millenials make.

  4. Joe Petruzzi left a comment on April 2, 2018 at 1:22 am

    Sure, there are a lot of differences between Gen X and Millennials but I think that’s because what was happening within the world around us was very different. Gen X grew up in a time of great peace as well as great war. It was a conflicting time and that’s where we saw a huge split between the nation. Millennials had an upbringing from these split groups and further divided us. I’d love to read this book! Great topic to bring up.

    • admin left a comment on May 5, 2018 at 9:26 pm

      Thanks Joe, much appreciated, I hope you purchase and enjoy the read.

  5. David Chandler sr. left a comment on April 9, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    This may be a late response but still this is a very inspiring topic really would l read more on this

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