Less structured dating, but with more frequent communication “Most millennials (who are now in their twenties) are a much more laid-back and casual group when it comes to dating and love,” explains Justin Szabo, salesperson for Dara’s Diamonds in Los Angeles.“Previous generations were more structured; couples set up specific times for dates and outings, and usually, no one else tagged along.
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It turns out that there some big differences between the generational cohorts, and bethesmartwife.com, says that they have nothing to do with the magazines they subscribe to or discounts available to them on dates.
We recently got to wondering if baby boomers, Gen Xers and millennials have different expectations and habits when it comes to romance, so we did a little digging to find out.
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They get what I call the ‘Buffet Effect’ when it comes to online dating; i.e., they want to try it all and always think there’s a better option out there.” Though some may find it challenging to balance these high expectations with reality, most Gen Xers have already learned some valuable love lessons at this point in their lives, which can also serve them well in the dating field.
There’s nothing like having gone around the block a few times already to make relationships easier to navigate, right?
Today, couples keep in constant contact through text messages and Facebook.