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Young single people are getting anxious about their stalled love lives. 

Nov 17 2020

Young single people are getting anxious about their stalled love lives. The pandemic has brought on a whole new meaning to extended singledom, as dating has become more difficult than ever. For young people used to going on casual dates, lockdowns have delayed relationships they hoped would’ve happened by now and it’s causing a great deal of anxiety. Despite dating app usage soaring, it “might take weeks or months to take a budding romance offline.” Those who aren’t even planning on marrying soon are worried the pool of people they will know in their lifetime will “shrink” making it harder to eventually find a spouse. Being surrounded by disease, death, and an economic recession is also contributing to an “emotional toll” making it less fun to date. (Vox)