In the past few years, seems like I hear so many young people are not into dating, preferring their careers, independence, fears of getting pregnant or disease and so on. In my college, I don't see too many young couples as was in the past decade. So I'm wondering what goes through your mind when you see two people dating and perhaps in love?
I'll tell you what I think, and it's pretty old school: GREAT! I enjoy people being together and hoping for a family in the future. Really irritates me seeing so many younglings who think only of themselves, bypassing good potential lovers and learning how to interact with each other. I don't try to play cupid as I used to, but I do try and encourage the young to find love now and not never as they see it. Even though I'm going to die and die alone, no reason for me to curse the world in a similar fate.
Am I behind the times? What do you folks think about dating now? Let it be heard!
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Those are all factors. But the MAJOR fact is the emasculation of men. Men don't know how to approach women. Many of them don't even want to approach women. Women find a large proportion of modern men unattractive.
Today's generation of young people are the children of the children of the 1960s.4
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