Bridging the Generation Gap

Recent Research shows that the issues on which the generations differ frequently aren't ideological issues. More often they are simply variations in how the different generations live their lives, which makes bridging the generation gap much simpler. Here are some easy ways to get closer to children and grandchildren--and some that may not be so easy!

Bridging the Technology Gap

The greatest difference perceived between the generations is the way that they use technology. In a 2009 survey, when asked whether technological advances--cell phones, the Internet, social networking sites and email--have made the world better, the pattern was clear: those aged 18 to 49 were more likely to respond in the affirmative than those aged 50+. A savvy grandparent can use this difference to advantage by asking for help in learning the new technology.Read more..



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