Generation y and dating
While previous generations brushed off the possibility of being rich and/or famous, Generation-Y was taught that anyone can be. That’s how it should be, but it definitely doesn’t make things easier.
A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start.
Unless you look way back a few generations – back then romance didn’t exist. With more partners comes more chances of catching something.
We all live sexually-open lifestyles – to a much larger extent than most people before us.
So much gets lost in a text message – even with emojis. At the end of the night, you would kiss the girl on the cheek and go your separate ways. Nowadays there are little to no guidelines on going out on a date. Life was simpler before – there was less to do, less to balance.
I’d think that women still enjoy flowers, but then again I don’t remember the last time I saw anyone bring flowers to a date. No more dinner and a movie because women have done that before… There were fewer options, possibilities and choices to make.
Most of the time he brought something for the girl, and when the date was over he walked her to the door. Dating wasn’t as scandalous as it is now, and the actual relationships were more honest then.
The basic definition of dating, the way we date, and how we meet each other has taken a turn from the “old fashioned” way.