Dating is seriously not easy
If you’re going to ask a large number of people who aren’t primed for marriage, about dating for marriage, you’re going to have a whole lot of people telling you that they aren’t thinking about it.…
because a lot of younger people don’t start dating anything thinking of marrying them in the first place.
They found some interesting data: The Straits Times then seized on the opportunity this data presented to give a half-baked story to the public that isn’t even rooted in any objective truth.
After a particularly statistic-laden cold open, reported Janice Tai decides to give us this particular gem: First of all Janice, is there anything else you might want to say, that we don’t know about? However, dating experts say it may be the nature of online dating that is getting in the way of singles dating seriously.
This is simply a sign of the times, and the ST’s reporter needs to get with the program.
It’s called delayed gratification, and it’s scientifically proven to be good.
If you use dating apps, you’re simply accelerating the process of meeting people, and running through your “natural filtration” process.
This one’s been a long time coming, but here’s the Truth: The Straits Times can’t catch a story if you gave it one and I have the evidence.
The National Population and Talent Division polled 2,940 single and 2,861 married Singapore residents aged 21 to 45 years old between August and December last year about their attitudes and perceptions towards marriage and parenthood.