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Generation gap! 

The stakes have never been higher.

At least five generations co-exist in a state of uneasy truce today. No one seems to hear the other. For the first time in mankind’s history, their differences in preferences, priorities and prejudices have become tangible. The resulting grief is hurting our collective emotional and mental health.

Generations are meant to be keepers of each other, they are the continuum of human survival, repositors of life’s DNA. But for that to happen, there has to be a fundamental generational benevolence and that is no longer a given. 

How do we begin to change this headache into a help? The first step is to appreciate what lies behind the assumptions about each other. Why is a Boomer not ok anymore? What limitations, latitudes and legacies defined this cohort? 

This book invites the Millennials, Gen Z and Gen Alpha to look at life through a Boomer’s bitter-funny lens.

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Neerja Singh

A gold medalist in philosophy with training and work in education, advertising, public relations, journalism, TV production, and multimedia, Neerja Singh is a contemporary communicator and commentator. Having authored three generational books, she is in her fifth career as a professional speaker on Generational Diversity and Ageism.        

Neerja Singh calls herself the Seenager or the senior teenager, a millennial in spirit with the benefit of hindsight. 

Having been a rolling stone all her life as an Armed Forces daughter and wife, her life anthem is “Find ways to start something that stays.”

And when Neerja is not busy speaking, writing or acting on fear, she enjoys playing golf, riding her road bicycle, watching Spanish documentaries, rehearsing social dancing and swimming, a kilometer at a time.

She can be reached at neerja@neerjasingh.com