Dating is dead
They played on the same volleyball team or were co-workers on a political campaign.
Or they hung out in the same social group or were friends for years before getting intimately involved or got intimately involved right off the bat with no initial relationship plans.
So consider this Valentine's Day an opportunity to set aside your outdated expectations and embrace a new mindset.
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"He'd text me first thing in the morning, message me during the workday and then text me at night."Kimberly helped Glen* pick out new clothes.
"It's kind of cliché, but it's also so easy to date people in the city," Sarah*, a 26-year-old media assistant, told.
"It's like sex and attention is a commodity."She's not wrong.
Many are still seeking the intimacy of relationships, while simultaneously craving the independence of the single lifestyle. If you're single, you will likely find yourself assessing and reassessing your love life.