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The common assumption is that our app-focused search for love means that Millennials only care about hookups and are allergic to commitment, but truthfully, that's total BS: Millennials are super interested in finding love, and are actually optimistic about their dating lives.
If you need more convincing that all Millennials aren't jaded, cynical hookup machines, new data from You Gov reveals that Millennials are actually *less* likely to be interested in staying single than older generations.
Also in 2009, he appeared as Nick in the Hallmark original movie Elevator Girl with his Mean Girls co-star Lacey Chabert and Ryan Merriman.
Now, the Internet has expanded the geographical boundaries of dating.
According to You Gov's survey of over 2,000 US adults, only 24 percent of Millennials (those aged 18-34) said they were interested in remaining single, while 45 percent of those 55 and up said they viewed being romantically unattached as a positive thing.
"Younger people tend to see relationships and dating in much more positive and idealistic terms," Jonathan Bennett, dating and relationship coach and owner of The Popular Man, tells Bustle.
But, of the 10 who show interest, you manage to get an interview with 3.
20 contact you back, but 10 of those don't reply to your reply.
Texting etiquette, decoding subtle subtexts in your conversations, or even what outfit to wear out on a date can cause anyone to stress out about the whole dating scene.