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This is my first post on this site and I would to get some advice on the way I feel and associate in the current world.
I feel very old school and traditional and feel very comfortable with the way the modern world is. i get uncomfortable around people in my own age group and the way people in general behave now as opposed to when I was still pretty little.
What I mean is back in the 90s people were more laid back, they spoke the english language the right way. They didn't get offended easily and would be quiet and peaceful. You didn't see people stuck on their phones all the time. And people would make an effort to see each other. You didn't see people getting drunk at stupid at those teeny bopper clubs. There wasn't that much judgement. If you wanted to speak to someone you would ring them up or go to their place. The music was good and you didn't have people stuck with technology or speaking in ways that I don't understand. Back then everything was very simple.