Oystering: What is the new dating trend for 2022?

 Oystering: What is the new dating trend for 2022

Oystering: What is the new dating trend for 2022? _ ichhori.com


A new year brings with it a new set of dating trends.


Typically, such terms are used to alert dating app users to cruel online habits such as ghosting and breadcrumbing - the act of sending flirtatious signals to make someone think you're interested in them without committing.


However, dating trends have had a positive re-branding this year, with the first to emerge offering singles plenty of hope.


"Oystering" is the concept of viewing the world as your oyster after a breakup.


The term was coined by dating app Badoo after its research discovered that nearly half of single people (46%) who have recently gone through a breakup are excited to start dating again.


Furthermore, the app discovered that 50% of single people are ready to get a strong dating start in 2022.


"Dating is daunting after a relationship, but it doesn't have to be," Badoo's Global Dating Expert, Sophie Mann, said.


"At the end of the day, dating should be fun, and what better way to get over a breakup than to have some fun?"


"We've seen many people re-enter the dating scene, and we predict that this new trend of seizing the 'dating' day will shine through as many singletons feel confident to go out there and get what they want."


The new trend follows the pandemic's complete transformation of the dating landscape.


According to research, an increasing number of married couples filed for divorce in 2020.


Between July and October, leading British law firm Stewarts reported a 122% increase in enquiries, while charity Citizen's Advice reported an increase in searches for online advice on ending a relationship.


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