There is a high possibility that we will meet someone either virtually or through an online dating app, especially in the post-pandemic world.
Of course, people still meet in cafes, through mutual friends, or even at work. However, dating apps have seen a surge recently, possibly due to the dramatic change in people’s mindsets over the years. Put simply, although the feeling of love and romance is constant forever, relationships of people, including baby boomers are constantly evolving due to the changing times.
Let’s dive deeper to explore the real difference in how babies and millennia love dating in this day and age.
It’s not a problem that social media has significantly influenced not only the way we live but also the way our paths meet with others. Because the medium has been predominantly used for millennia, it has become a new area of dating with its own principles and properties that most of us have not experienced before.
There is no doubt that breaking up with someone can never be easy. But at least the baby boomer knows how to give up respectfully, in contrast to millennia. For them, the rupture paradigm became a little cloudier – the ghost image, as it was called. This basically interrupts communication with the other person without giving reasons and ignores further attempts. This form of emotional stone masonry is arguably worse than the actual break up itself. This is only seen as a symptom of the growing role social media plays in our lives, especially in relationships.
The airy attitude of Generation Z has arguably led to internet dating apps and added phrases like “connection” and “useful friends” to the dictionary. But when it comes to serious lifelong relationships, they like to move slowly.
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