People say a lot of negative things about Millennials, but it turns out they excel when it comes to having happy relationships.
A survey from eHarmony and Harris Interactive looked at over two thousand U.S. adults who were either married or in a long term relationship.
Overall, they found 64% said they were "happy" with their relationships, and 19% said they were not happy.
And when respondents were broken down into age groups, Millennials (ages 25 to 34) were the happiest due to their willingness to compromise and to go to couples therapy.
Also, Millennials were twice as likely to fight with their significant others compared to other age groups, but that might just be a sign of their relationship dedication and help release tensions before the get to an unhealthy stage.