You have to be willing to compromise on certain things but that doesn’t mean that you have to forego qualities that are truly important to you.” What’s more, Lori BIzzoco, founder and executive editor of the relationship advice site Cupids says Gen Zers are more open to serial dating and seeing several people while trying to figure out who they click with best.Meanwhile, older daters tend to stick to one person at a time which limits their ability to explore a broader range of singles.
Finally, approach dating casually like Gen Z does, so you don’t put so much pressure on yourself to make the date perfect.
Even those who don’t use dating apps report feeling like the seemingly endless stream of potential partners on their Instagram feeds makes committing to a relationship much more daunting.
Instead of building longer-term connections with romantic partners, Gen Zers build hundreds of surface-level connections with their numerous followers, creating relationships that are empirically less fulfilling than the more serious relationships undertaken by older generations.
This attitude of transience creates problems when it comes to developing confidence and connection.
Without the necessity to push out of their romantic comfort zone, Gen Zers have become increasingly stressed and isolated.