It could mean they want to be friends with you or date you or fuck you. No one knows. They want to wear makeup in elementary school, have sex in middle school, and move into their own apartment in high school. They want to be single for as long as possible to keep their options open.
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I always see people breaking up after being super in love, and men constantly cheating. I hear from older adults that relationships in their generation were different. Social media makes it so easy. Part of what has changed are our roles. Men used to need a caretaker and women a provider. Now we neither of us need each other unless we want kids. So there is little incentive to compromise or work through issues.
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Everyone I seem to talk to has the same feeling: Dating has become so hard. It seems like nobody wants to commit anymore, and it seems to be a challenge every single step of the way. You can blame the dating apps. You can blame Tinder, and Bumble, and Hinge, and all the choices that people have.
Staggering advances in technology, communications and sciences across the world is one of the defining aspects of the last few decades. But if we move past all the smartphones and gadgets and websites and take a hard look at the lives of Gen Y, we will notice that dating has become harder than ever. Taking the extra initiative to put an effort in building new relationships and associations seems like an uphill task. Because of laptops, social media and smart phones, work no longer remains confined in office cubicles but manages to reach the dinner tables and the bedrooms.