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As a Professional Matchmaker I am all too familiar with the treacherous waters dating has become. In order to combat loneliness we go out with whoever asks us, we have sex with whoever we want, whenever we want, we use people because they meet our immediate needs without any thought to the impact we’re having on them and their lives. If I don’t get what I want then I’m on to the next. People want the long term rewards but want them now and want them with who they want.In fact, I continue to be shocked and dismayed at how dating has become a vicious cycle that has taken any semblance of human emotion almost entirely out of the picture. We live in a world where you can get almost anything you want when you want it and it’s hard not to need instant gratification in every area of life. Dating in the age of instant gratification is all about selfishness … If someone doesn’t fit into the mold that someone wants them to fit in, if they don’t meet their expectations immediately then they are on to the next.
As the radius of our Tinder searches is within a 30-minute drive, we are missing out the real meaning of finding a soul mate.
The fact that it’s so easy to replace anyone has made it redundant to fight for a relationship.
If someone doesn’t like something about their partner, they don’t compromise anymore.
Every little fight turns into a breakup, and every altercation ends up causing a split because no one wants to deal with difficulties. According to scholars, “Our inability to delay gratification not only wreaks havoc in our personal world, but also in our world at large. There’s a high divorce rate – because people are more apt to end relationships rather than work on them.
It makes me sad to think that making a connection is not about being yourself, but about being a more fun and captivating version of yourself, someone who has to stand out from the crowd. We shouldn’t have to work hard for it, it should just come to us. Besides, if I don’t get what I want from one person or thing, someone else will give it to me and then on to the next! There’s an epidemic of obesity and plentiful stories of credit card debt.