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veca vai ka autoru skat jums bija tikai no ASV probl mu skatu punkta n mums Latvij ir da as citas nianses kas b tu j em v r Kopum t bija noder ga las mviela no kuras es guvu priek statu par apst noder ga las mviela no kuras es guvu priek statu par apst iem par kuriem sav dz v nebiju aizdom jusies bet tom r nedaudz pietr ka Pietr ka degsmes ai gr matai I won this book through the Goodreads First Reads giveaway and I have to say I went in with low expectations But surprisingly it turned out insightful than I thought being a twenty something myself A very nice dialogue full of insights and statistics on different aspects of life in general love money work health etc with a focus on that generation of young adults 25 35 yo and how they deal with such changes in their livesI found the first part of the book a bit boring too much studies and numbers and papers and less real life or examplesbut probably it s because the chapters I was mostly interested in where all towards the endAnyway Parents The Henigs combine the behavioral science literature for insights into how young people make choices about schooling career marriage and childbearing; how they relate to parents friends and lovers; and how technology both speeds everything pand slows everything down Packed with often surprising discoveries ,
Mandatory note I got my copy thru Goodread s first reads a mother daughter writing team First Reads A mother daughter writing team what it means to be in your twenties in the 2010s and
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the changing and new perspectives are making it seem like young adults are stuckThe writing style is very OpEd with mother and daughter interjecting their comments and opinions in between the data they d collectedThe topics are varied and apt for the theme family work living situations friends and all are treated with the same deep well researched perspective Dividing each chapter into Now is new and Same as it ever was subcategories helps keep thing flowing between the comparisons without making it confusing though the winner tally at the end of each chapter was a bit superfluous in my opinion As a twenty something that feels a bit stuck at times it was good to have someone give me facts and figures to keep me from freaking out about it It does get a bit too scientific at a couple of points but that just made it seem very well researched so it can be forgiven I found many of the statements in this book applicable to my generation Very ick and easy read Pa emot o gr matu rok s mani apvija cer ba ka izlasot o visu g risin jumu sav m probl m m Diez gan. A mother daughter writing team reports on what's really p with kids todayScience writer Robin Marantz Henig and her daughter journalist Samantha Henig offer a smart comprehensive look at what it's really like to Henig and her daughter journalist Samantha Henig offer a smart comprehensive look at what it's really like to twentysomething and to what extent it’s different for Millennials than it was for their Baby Boomer. ,

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Pleasureable reading for everyone perhaps expecially for the oldest parents wondering about their sons and daughtersFor me as young adult it s the oldest parents wondering about their sons and daughtersFor me as young adult it s ite interesting to put my life in comparison with their sons and daughtersFor me as young adult it s been ite interesting to put my life in comparison with and with a few official studies on the subject I Recieved this book free in a Goodreads giveaway A fascinating funny look at what the twenties hold for all of La muralla verde us Definitely not a scholarly work this is the kind of extended magazine piece which keeps you reading even through the statistics Andnlike many of these trend works which generalize and catastrophize modern life Twentysomething balances the newest aspects of being twenty with the parts of youth which have always beenThe dual voice of the motherdaughter authors can be disorientating at times but the twentysomething Samantha Henig offers concrete examples of her mother s points which adds a new side to the conversation Perhaps I liked this book so much because it validated some of my choices as an emerging adult but it s wonderful to hear a voice which isn t scolding and condemning my generation as the first which has been nable to achieve the old American dream Recommended for twentysomethings and the people who love them to read my review please visi. Recommended for twentysomethings and the people who love them to read my review please visi. Wentysomething is a two generation conversation that will become the definitive book on being young in our timeThe fullest guide through this territory A densely researched report on the state of middleclass young people today drawn from several data sources and fi­ltered through a comparative lens ­ The New Yorke.

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