Is Retraining our Brains our Generational Burden or Privilege?

Diverse Gen Z Friends

Do you remember the first time you became aware that you were different from someone else? Maybe it was your gender, or confusion about what gender was even all about?? Maybe it was based on the color of your skin, or the language that was spoken at home, or what your parents packed for you to take to lunch – or what they couldn’t afford to.

Somewhere along the way, you felt “different.” Somewhere along the way you learned that there is an “us” and a “them.”