How to Find Someone in Hookup Culture?

Let's get straight to the point. We live in a culture of obsessiveness. The art of dating may disappear in the next few years, as dating and hookup apps like Tinder and Hookoo are getting higher and higher on the social ladder, making it harder to find someone special than to get a one night hookup. You may inadvertently hear conversations from other millennials on the street. They talk about their hookups casually, just like going to a grocery store. You start to think that you may be a conservative person. If you want to find the right person, you definitely need to relax. Then, when you realize that the right person will not be magically exposed in a meaningless one night hookup, you will quickly return to reality. You don't care about that life, and you don't plan to start.

Whether you like hookup or not, it is your privilege. Maybe you are tired, and the only thing you need is to hookup. I am here to tell you there are more, but it takes a lot of work. There are five ways to deal with this fascinating culture:

Know your value
I believe you have heard of it before. This will never go out of fashion. The more you allow something to happen to find friends, the more you will tell yourself that it is ok, but it is not. It is good to be honest with those whom you are interested in. If you don't get a return, you need to find another way. Your value is more important than one tap, one night, or a shame. The sooner you realize this, the better you will be. Discard the dark behavior and find someone who is good for you.

Look at the bigger picture
Maybe you are with someone who thinks they will change and want to date you, but you find that they get rid of this idea much faster than you think. When this is the case, you need to realize that there is nothing wrong with being single. If sticking to the right person means that you will have to miss something that most of your friends are doing, then maybe it's time take a leap. The world outside is much bigger than what you see now. You only need to break a toxic environment and fully appreciate the beauty of it.

Find someone who respect your hard work
To be honest and sadly, the pursuit of a woman is as old as the New York subway system. As far as I am concerned, I want to know if a man will take the initiative to ask me to go out and treat me like a person. "Hey, do you want to go out to play together?" Maybe I expect too much, maybe I am destined to be alone forever, but I insist on my morality. If he is not working to win me over now, who will be in the future? Any relationship needs to work hard, but if you feel that you are the only one who puts your heart on the line, then it is time to go forward and find someone who appreciates you. A person who works hard, not a person who evades efforts.