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    Re: Is romance rusty or already rotten?

    True romance......

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    Re: Is romance rusty or already rotten?

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    I had forgotten about this thread ; I am almost forgetting about romance , getting so older. But romance should have no shelf life ; when its there, its there and good!

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    Re: Is romance rusty or already rotten?

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    I somewhat agree with the OP from my own observations of today’s younger generations. In a world so full of instant gratifications and entitled mindsets, how could romance not be effected?

    The overwhelming amount of exposure to potential mates these days adds fuel to those fires, IMO. From school age up, young people today have access to so many peers through social media that they don’t have time to invest in truly becoming acquainted with one, before another catches their attention. A few years later, the trend continues, as they graduate to online dating sites.

    Deep personal connections are the cornerstones of romance. I don’t feel like our young folk are making that investment as often as lower tech generations have.

    I just realized I used the phrase “young folk”. I’ve turned into my Grandmother!

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