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Fisher, the co-author of a chapter on “slow love” in the 2018 anthology “The New Psychology of Love,” published by Cambridge University Press.
It’s possible, she said, that today’s singles are carving a more successful path to lasting love than previous generations.“We can all learn from people who don’t want to waste a lot of time doing things that are going nowhere,” said Dr.
“If anything, they value marriage more because they are putting a lot more forward thinking into that decision.”Dr.
Fisher says her research suggests today’s singles seek to learn as much as possible about a potential partner before they spend time, energy and money on courtship.
“I would like people to understand that while millennials are not marrying yet, and they are not having as much sex as my generation, the reasons for this are good.”The millennial cohort is roughly defined as those who were born in the 1980s to the early 2000s — although there is some debate about the boundaries.
Millennials, due in part to their digital savvy, already are credited with significant changes in how we live, work and interact.