This Black Woman Gave The Most Uplifting Advice To Millennials & Was Dubbed Auntie Tangela

She’s his biggest fan on social media.

Surely be now you’ve noticed that it’s on trend for publications, older, well-established, well-respected publications to bash the younger generation. I did a quick Google search on the phrase “Dear Millennials” and the results took a pretty bleak outlook.

Dear Millennials: Your Love of Socialism Could be America’s Downfall …

Dear Millennials: Stop Whining And Do Your Job

Dear Millennials — A Letter To The Lost Generation

Dear Millennials: It’s Time To Face That You’re All Going To Die

We’re doing everything wrong. We’re not buying homes, we’re not getting married, we’re not establishing real human connections. And it’s causing eroding the entire moral fiber of society. Perhaps they haven’t said that last part but that’s certainly what it feels like. Ain’t no love in the heart of our parents and ‘nem.

But that’s not entirely true. There is at least one woman, Tangela Ekhoff, who had some very kind words to share with the millennials and it warmed my heart.

God bless Auntie Tangela. I know this was something I needed to see. And judging by her mentions something hundreds, if not thousands of others needed to read as well.