PMI, or Premature Intimacy, is the new trend that might impact Gen Z in 2024, but experts caution about its potential consequences. While the subject of love, dating, and related trends may excite everyone, the recent viral trend is all about PMI, or Premature Intimacy. Here’s what this trend is about and why experts issue warnings.
Read on to learn more about the trending PMI phenomenon as experts caution against its growing popularity among Gen Z in 2024.
PMI trend goes viral on social media
Social media buzzes with various trends, and love and dating discussions often stir excitement. The recent trend, PMI or Premature Intimacy, is gaining attention and might become viral in 2024.
PMI, a dating style involving early intimacy with a romantic partner, may have side effects. As it goes viral among Gen Z, experts warn of its potential impact in 2024.
What exactly is a PMI?
Premature Intimacy, or PMI, occurs when one partner displays signs of deep intimacy early in the dating stages. No one wants heartbreak, and rushing in love or dating can lead to a broken heart.
This is why it’s crucial to be aware of PMI signs in yourself. Signs include oversharing feelings early in the relationship, making premature future promises, seeking validation frequently, etc. Experts discuss the potential impact on Gen Z.
Experts warns about PMI affecting Gen Z
As PMI becomes more popular in the dating world, where opening up excessively in the early stages is common, experts warn about its potential impact on Gen Z in 2024, emphasizing the associated side effects.
According to experts, instead of opting for PMI one must set boundaries for themselves in terms of expressing themselves to their romantic partner. Which if not done can have unwanted consequences.
Georgia Grace, a certified relationship coach about the same said that oversharing brings little growth and bond among partners and hence must be avoided. She said, “No two relationships are the same. I would never put a time frame on anything because it’s such an individual thing”.