Do you see yourself as the ‘anti-hero’ in your dating life? The majority of young singles do, says study
Not all relationships last – but it seems we’re pretty good at looking back and learning from them, according to a new study.
In fact, on the whole, we’re a pretty reflective bunch.
New research suggests 75% view their past relationships as a learning experience.
Digging into the specifics, it seems we’re pretty good at holding ourselves accountable – with 70% of younger singles saying they were the reason past relationships fizzled out.
In the poll of 2,000 Gen-Z and millennial singles, many said they felt like the ‘anti-hero’ of their current dating life – with 61% of men and 50% of women assuming they caused their most recent dates to go poorly.
What’s more, 75% of men revealed they ‘know exactly’ what they did to ruin their past dates – including looking at their phone too much (46%), arriving late (39%) and not offering to pick up the bill (39%).
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