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Katie Bolin started seeing her boyfriend in December of 2013.
But when February rolled around, he didn’t want to make plans for the 14th.
“I’ve never been that big on Valentine’s Day, so I had plans with friends,” Bolin said.
“But then on Valentine’s Day, he was texting me saying he felt bad” they wouldn’t be together.
Twenty-year-old Kassidy Mc Mann said she’s gone out with a few guys, but it wasn’t as serious as dating. According to Mc Mann, the widespread fear of rejection among millennials has drawn them to the more casual hang-outs because “they don’t want to have to go through breakups or get hurt.” Kathleen Hull has a more scientific explanation.Hull, a University of Minnesota associate professor of sociology, said that an extended adolescence has altered the dating scene.The “traditional markers of adulthood” — marriage, children and home ownership — now occur later in life than, say, in the 1950s, when going steady in high school often led to marriage.Now, “there’s this long period between going through puberty and getting married that would be a long time to be dating,” she said.“It’s a longer period of transition to adulthood.” Focus on school Twenty-somethings who don’t go to college tend to enter into the adult world more quickly, said Hull.