You fire off an email to them or if they’ve already made contact with you, you eagerly reply, feeling excited at possibly meeting just the type of person you’re looking for.Out in the real world, you go on first dates and if you don’t feel a ‘spark’ and a ‘connection’, are immediately or by the end of the date, mentally saying “Sayonara” and bracing yourself to continue your quest.Such convenience is entirely a modern-day perk — previous generations never experienced anything even remotely close to it."Do this." "Don't do that." It seems like every time you log in to Facebook, flip through a magazine, gossip with your friends, or text your mom, there it is: dating advice you didn't ask for. Rules of dating are hard to define because every relationship is different.Each recipe—and likewise, each relationship—is a wonderful marriage of many ingredients that sometimes must be handled delicately.Yet I witness first hand through my role as an intuitive relationship coach, those who want to know when the relationship will evolve to the next level.
On the downside, names, ages and photos of a number of members is visible to all on This site has no actual member profiles and conducts most of its business on Facebook where it boasts over 6, 000 likes.
If we are bored, we have endless distractions in the form of phone apps.
If we need directions or a question answered, it only takes us a couple of seconds.
Generation-Y seems to be the first generation moving away from conventional takes on romantic, loving relationships.
The only question that remains is whether we'll be remembered for being the first generation to accept a more logical and rational take on love or the generation that gave up on it altogether. The most common trend amongst Generation-Yers is our need for instant gratification.