An Open Letter to Millennials Like Talia…
Stefanie Williams

It’s always easier to write from a position of success and berate others who aren’t as fortunate as you are. Like you said, when you get to a position of success, whether that means making ends meet or earning $600,000, you should be thankful and attribute at least some of it to those who inevitably helped you along the way.

Despite that though, you somehow feel it’s okay to let out your anger on someone who you clearly believe made a mistake, instead of giving them some solid guidance as someone who has been down a similar path. If humility is what you’ve learnt from working hard for several years, then picking an easy target and calling them a lazy millennial sure isn’t the way to show it.

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