Thank you so much for breaking my heart because you got me four Grammys' In 2015 the British crooner told E!
News that he'd never been in a relationship before as he struggled to navigate fame and his dating life.'I've never had a boyfriend so I don't really know any different, which I think is very lucky actually,'I'm still learning on what's right and what's normal in dates,' the Too Good at Goodbyes singer added.'I think with anyone, you have to learn how to trust people and there's different challenges and hurdles in my life now but I'm trying to remain as normal as I was before.'Brandon is a fresh face in Hollywood with only a couple of credits to his name before landing the Netflix show which explores teen suicide and created quite a buzz over the spring.
But we're not exactly living in the picture the "hookup culture" reputation paints...
It's not enough that we're either burned out or obsessed with dating, stress over getting married is clearly on the mind too.
From the standpoint of anthropology and sociology, dating is linked with other institutions such as marriage and the family which have also been changing rapidly and which have been subject to many forces, including advances in technology and medicine."Moreover, if you want to spur a budding relationship forward, skip the flowers: leave your cell phone in your pocket.”For one, we're actually looking for love more than other generations, which is kinda sweet, but we're also frustrated af with dating and most of us feel lonely.We don't have rules about when it's OK to sleep with someone (yay sex-positivity!But what about smartphone-addicted, swipe-right-or-left obsessed, ghosting/benching/breadcrumbing Millennials?How does our generation differ from older generations when it comes to modern dating, love, and sex?