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Lack of dating in college

82 percent stated that they were okay with casual hookup partners and 95 percent felt that it was easier to talk to a possible partner when drunk.

We need to stop relying on “likes” and “matches” as a fuel for our self-esteem.

Find passions that make you feel whole outside of a screen and engage in activities with like-minded groups of people that make you feel great as you are. Maybe to a movie, with just you two) instead of taking shots together in a crowded bar.

We as a generation can do better when it comes to love, dating, and our own self happiness.

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Out of all surveyed, 95 percent said that their ideal situation in the future was a lifelong, committed relationship.

While these statistics do show that us millennials are not as commitment-phobic as many claim, we have other flaws that need fixing.

The best relationships start as friendships, out of respect and trust, not over a Snapchat conversation. If you keep coming up short with the same types of partners, try changing up your environment.