Do you need a BRIDGE?
Here on this website, we tell stories from the different viewpoints of multiple generations. Why would we do that?! All the feels that we get from inter-generational exchanges can be very difficult on relationships, but with a little understanding, differences can be gently explained and tensions can be relieved. Because when you cross over to a different generation, there is always something extraordinary to learn! Understanding others improves lives, families, workplaces–just about any group! Here is how we approach inter-generational communication:
What do you get out of building a BRIDGE?
- If you are an older adult, building a bridge with a younger adult keeps you current and relevant. You will be able to understand the culture as it changes through the younger people you keep close. Having a younger friend helps you stay young and embrace your roles as parent, grandparent, co-worker, friend better, with an updated mental agility. You will have the benefit of their tech-smarts! You can learn better ways to do tasks. You can learn new ways to relate to all people through your younger friends.
- If you are a younger adult, building a bridge with an older person you can trust gives you the benefit of their wisdom, and their years of experience. It helps you make better decisions because they can help you see how a seemingly tiny decision today can impact your life, and your children’s lives, for a long time. You can learn better ways to “adult!”
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