JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Jan. 1, 2022 - PRLog -- By: Liam Westra of British News
"Dating is really hard because everyone puts on a front. It's really difficult to see who is who, so it is important to be yourself." — Brooke Burke
Has traditional dating become taboo? Has the era of instant satisfaction ruined the routine of human to human interaction? Some may say, yes. Are people in the dating world removing flavor from a possible soulmate making that spiritual personality a generic version of themselves? In many cultures this action may be called a soul-take. In the time of 1896, a columnist by the name of George Ade introduced courting as the term dating. Traditional dating of the 1980s was more of an elegant affair. There was a mutual interest in meeting face to face in order to observe one another for a possible future relative match. But dating of the 21st century has meal, and travel scams, reports the Phoenix, Arizona's mainstream news media. A George Doe of Utah proclaimed that many available dating possibilities are asking for travel buddies. This action seems to be hitchhike-dating. A generous guy or frequent traveler pays for a woman to be a companion traveler. Gary Arndt, a digital travel influencer stated that the very idea or concept is not practical. But the repeated saying goes: happy life, happy wife. '' A phrase that Miss Lavon uses often," I will not date anyone that doesn't accept the phrase "Happy Wife Happy Life". Is it an obligation for either dating genders to be self-centered? On average in the 21st century has dating led to a successful marriage? In this current century, the marriage rate of the United States alone has declined to 6 marriages per 1,000 in a population of 2019; that is the lowest in the United States recorded history say's Joseph Chamie of The Hill. Will dating or any form of intimate interaction become like the 1993 film " The Demolition Man"?