Boomers tend to have limited ideas about who would make a good partner for their children.
They think that the key to a good relationship is making compromises and that being selfish or stubborn will lead to fights and anger. This isn't always true, though.
Most baby boomers tell today's millennials to stick with their relationships through good times and bad, even if they're unhappy or dissatisfied.
It's too bad that some people have fixed ideas about how men and women should act and teach younger people to do the same.
Boomers tend to stress how important it is to be completely open and honest with your partner. They see any kind of secrets or hiding as a sign of dishonesty or lack of trust.
Millennials know that happiness is an inside job and that it's not their job to make their partner happy.
Millennials have a different perspective on relationships than boomers.
Millennials understand the importance of balance and moderation in relationships.
The baby boomer group often thinks that owning a home is a must before starting a family.