Generation Z is by far the most impressionable generation to date. With the constant bickering between millennials and older generations, a wake of confusion exists for Generation Z. Amid this confusion, core values are being reinterpreted and fitted to satisfy the needs of an ever-changing society. Consequently, Generation Z is left isolated, having to determine their own value structure based on a portrayal of two opposing forces that derive from the new and old waves.
In Life: From Generation Z, author Lane Farrell offers a guide for becoming the best individual one can be. Focusing on meaning and responsibility, it’s targeted toward those who want to understand the struggles of the teenage mind. He covers a host of topics, including:
- change and its importance;
- understanding your identity;
- goals, dreams, and aspirations;
- mental health and depression;
- meaning and purpose;
- virtue and evil.
Farrell creates guidelines for Generation Z, from Generation Z, in the hopes of forming a productive group of young individuals who have a sense of meaning to adhere to.