That's what it means, no one who identifies them self as a "person" has it easy. No one. If you are just associated with the person then you can have some space between what happens to the person and you, awareness. No need to suffer with just an association.Not sure what that last part means but, I imagine nobody has it easy.
As far as millennials, I don't know what to say, my view is things have always been difficult to get a good job. In my life I have a cosmetology license, EMT certification, RN license...no one did this for me. I had to apply myself and go after what I wanted. I also had to convince employers that while I had no experience I was a hard worker and a fast learner. I got myself those jobs, no one did it for me and I didn't sit home complaining about the system...I learned how to "work" the system to get what I wanted.
They are co-workers, we work for the same hospital system, but different departments. It's complicated, but they want to give me referrals, but frequently we get full and I can't take the referrals and they get mad and sometimes lose their cool and try to intimidate me into taking the referral anyways. That's one example...Why would someone intimidate you? You mean a co worker or patient?
In Vedanta, it would be a Vasana! You have a binding vasana for a relationship.With respect to relationships, I find it challenging but, I am focusing on enjoying my freedom though, the topic is a bit of a pain body or pendulum for me.
Oh, dear, no, my "story" has a lot of suffering, even as a small child. So, no, I doubt anyone would "want" my "story". But, I wouldn't take any of it back, because that lead me to awaken and realize I AM the Self.You've come a long way and if not for you sharing your story, I would think you have the perfect life. A life that everyone would want.