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This is the script we’re going off of for this date, and now I don’t have to worry as much about what this is supposed to entail.
Q: In the film, you mention dating apps make it seem relationships aren’t big deals, but they are. Cronin: One thing that hookup culture has done is reduce everything to just hanging out.
Q: You’ve been teaching this “dating assignment” for over a decade, do you think dating has gotten worse or better? I think it has to do with the extended adolescence trend that’s going on, and I think a lot of our really productive conversations about sexual assault are also scaring a lot of people off of dating. Q: Your solution to dating is to date differently, but how is that accomplished?
However, 81 percent of parents believe teen dating violence is not an issue, or admit that they don’t know if it’s an issue.I’m not asking you to marry me.’”The Chicago Tribune talked to Cronin and Megan Harrington, co-writer/producer of “The Dating Project” to find out why a film like this is necessary. Harrington: People aren’t as happy; people are more lonely and kind of just doing what they’re told romance is supposed to be and finding that it’s a little bit empty.What I discovered along the way of doing this film is we are all in control about how we approach this (dating), how we treat others and how we’re allowed to be treated. If we want to go out on a date, then let’s start dating in a way that professor Cronin lays it out because it takes a lot of pressure off of people.We teach our children from a young age to be kind to one another.Hitting isn’t nice, calling someone names isn’t kind, and sharing is caring.