Question: “I'm an older student, in an internship. I'm seeking advice on how to deal with immaturity in my fellow interns (they are in their 20s, I’m in my 50s). I didn't realize they were ganging up on me, until recently informed by another intern. Also, they brown-nose the supervisor, while I'm more independent. So, as I'm beginning to express anger at the interns' treatment of me, I'm looking like the difficult one. Even if I believe there's some ageism involved, it won't make me popular withto state this. How do I handle the situation? Can you recommend any books on baby boomer/Gen Y interaction?” — Anonymous
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