The truth is, this is so common, and it’s a pathetic trait of our generation. People front way too much when it comes to acting like they love the single life.

After observing myself and observing other people, I have put together a list of things we do that destroy all relationships.

If you never mend these issues, your heart might never be put back together. If you take anything from this, it should be this very message.

Once you reach a certain age, the art of dating completely changes.

Over the years, our generation has somehow decided that dating is complicated and not worth it.

To lose yourself in your success is a reflection of weak character.

To put your career, or anything that comes as a result of your success, in precedence of the one you love is allowing your success to ruin your relationship.

But because of these made up rules and regulations, we trust nobody and are afraid to love. Words cannot be repealed, and just because you apologized, doesn’t mean it’s forgiven and forgotten.w0mb4ts Being with someone because they have money or other tangibles, or being with that person just for their good looks, is wrong and not helping anyone – not even yourself.

So we go around and act all big and tough, being mean to one another just to get a laugh. Those hot girls with the inability to engage you are only good to you until someone better comes along, and just because he has all the money in the world does not mean he’s not an ugly person on the inside.

You can’t even talk to your boss these days without texting him or her because having a spoken conversation has become awkward and time consuming.

There is no emotion in text-based conversations and words are so easily twisted.

Why does falling in love have such a negative appeal to Gen-Y, and what can we do to fix this?