Lucy Huang on Tribe Takali (Gen X)
Current residence: Diamond Bar, CA
Three words to describe you: Stubborn, hardworking, and controlling.
What does it mean to be a Gen X-er?
I grew up a latchkey kid with very little parental supervision. My parents both worked so my siblings and I had a lot more responsibilities and were expected to fend for ourselves. We were extremely obedient because we knew our parents worked very hard and we did not want to disappoint them.
Trophies were earned—not given—just for participating in sports. This is the case for most Gen-Xers, which is why we are more independent and results-oriented. We hate being micromanaged and expect people to have "common sense." We don't compliment every little thing; we only give praise when well deserved.
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