Tinder survey finds Singapore Gen Zs want authenticity in love, with a dash of self-care and mental health 

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When it comes to dating, Generation Zs believe in being authentic while prioritising self-care and mental health. — TODAY pic

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Saturday, 03 Jun 2023 9:51 AM MYT

SINGAPORE, June 3 — When it comes to dating, Generation Zs — those born between 1998 and 2007 — believe in being “authentic” while prioritising self-care and mental health. And they hope that their prospective partners do the same.

These were among the findings in a recent survey conducted by dating app Tinder.

The study polled 4,000 actively dating singles aged 18 to 25 between January 21 and February 7, 2023 — and another 4,000 singles aged 33 to 38 over the same period — in the United States, Britain, Canada and Australia.

It found that most 18- to 25-year-olds value self-care, authenticity, and mental health when dating, according to a report released by Tinder on May 23.

“Whereas previous generations invested in building a relationship over time, slowly revealing deeper, more meaningful layers, Gen Z doesn’t have time to peel back the onion,” it said.

TODAY spoke to local Gen Zs and mental health professionals to find out if these views hold true in Singapore as well.

Self-care a must

The Tinder poll showed tha...

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