It's not "most" and I've encountered many older people with that problem.
“Kids” – Written in 1958 - lyrics by Lee Adams and music by Charles Strouse.
Not much has changed since.
Kids! I don't know what's wrong with these kids today! Kids! Who can understand anything they say? Kids! They are disobedient, disrespectful oafs! Noisy, crazy, sloppy, lazy, loafers! While we're on the subject: Kids! You can talk and talk till your face is blue! Kids! But they still just do what they want to do! Why can't they be like we were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids today? Kids! I've tried to raise you the best I could Kids! All the things I've done were for your own good! Kids! Can't you once appreciate how I've sacrificed? Working, slaving, scrimping saving pennies And living with your father! Kids! No one knows the burdens I've had to bear (And in my condition) Kids! I'm a poor sick woman and does he care? (Ha!) Go on go on and kill me, that's what it's coming to When a mother has kids like you! Kids! All the chicken soup that I've made for you (Momma take it easy) Kids! Now you throw me out like a worn out show Not in front of everybody Mom After all I haven't been such an awful son I never sass you back or leave a ring around the bathtub And don't I always phone you? Kids! You can give your life to them night and day Kids! Then they go get married and go away Married! Who's gettin' married??? Why do we have these children? Better to have a pet You know where you stand with the pet I never asked for nothing, nothing is what you'll get What's the matther with kids to---- I tried Lou but I failed