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Learning Social Cues from Boomers

Millennials grew up in a digital age and have much of their daily interaction with other people through a phone or computer screen. Because of this they are becoming more socially awkward. This trend can be seen all over popular media in the most watched prime time sitcoms. Social interaction is becoming a dying art and Baby Boomers may be the last experts on this subject. Unless they pass this knowledge down it may be lost forever as these kinds of things are generally learned through personal experience rather than through being taught, but the younger generations are missing out on these experiences through their digital interactions. For more information on this topic, visit this article by Erika Ettin with Duluth News Tribune.



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