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Here’s one wife describing her insistence on maintaining an extramarital relationship: “I really just felt like it was right, like it was important to my growth.

It was like I was choosing to take a stand for my own pleasure and sticking to it.

The New York Times is used in an assignment called Current Events Speed Dating.

The purpose of this assignment is to 1) expose students to current events in environmental science, 2) connect those stories to concepts covered in class, and 3) allow students to gain experience discussing important topics in environmental science.

For the vast majority of married couples, a conversation like this would touch off an extraordinary crisis.

In December, the newspaper ran a story about Bay Area millennials who are joining nouveau-hippie communes.“Gen Y-ers and millennials have begun projecting their own sensibilities onto rituals and discussions surrounding death,” the reports.“As befits the first generation of digital natives, they are starting blogs, You Tube series and Instagram feeds about grief, loss and even the macabre, bringing the conversation about bereavement and the deceased into a very public forum, sometimes with jarring results.” Case in point: Rebecca Soffer, whose friends sent their condolences after her father’s death in the form of texts bearing messages like “how are you? According to the itself, Neil Howe and William Strauss—the men who literally wrote the book on millennials and are credited with coining the term—establish the start of the millennial generation with people born in the year 1982.Millennials are up to their old tricks again, what with their texting and their blogging.But this time, they’re taking their digital communication styles to the grave.

In December, the newspaper ran a story about Bay Area millennials who are joining nouveau-hippie communes.“Gen Y-ers and millennials have begun projecting their own sensibilities onto rituals and discussions surrounding death,” the reports.“As befits the first generation of digital natives, they are starting blogs, You Tube series and Instagram feeds about grief, loss and even the macabre, bringing the conversation about bereavement and the deceased into a very public forum, sometimes with jarring results.” Case in point: Rebecca Soffer, whose friends sent their condolences after her father’s death in the form of texts bearing messages like “how are you? According to the itself, Neil Howe and William Strauss—the men who literally wrote the book on millennials and are credited with coining the term—establish the start of the millennial generation with people born in the year 1982.Millennials are up to their old tricks again, what with their texting and their blogging.But this time, they’re taking their digital communication styles to the grave.The truth is, few people dating in their twenties and thirties today truly believe that the person they marry will be perfect.