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Women are—more than ever—receiving messages like this one: You’re going to go to college, start your career, and have a relationship later. This is also the point of view of many young women, Cronin adds.Even more: “Through hooking up, women signal how successful they are with their own power of attractiveness, gaining social status,” says Cronin. “When I talk to young adults, most of them say they want to get married and have a family,” Cronin says.“But you need to have habits of connection—and be able to see another person for who they are, and ask for what you really desire—to achieve that.”RELATED: 5 Common Reasons Your Sex Life Is Lacking Cronin’s goal isn’t for her students to find the loves of their lives (although some have—she is attending a wedding in July for two students who met through the assignment! Her goal is for people to grow social courage—and know how great it feels to ask for what you want. “I say to my students, ‘You think when you graduate, you’re going to know how to magically do this, but it’s going to be just as hard—in fact, it’s going to be harder.’”To critics who say she is backward in her thinking, Cronin argues otherwise: “What bothers me most about the hook-up culture is that in most cases, people don’t even know their Hooking up promises all sorts of answers: sexual skill, ego, and social status, to name a few. “They don’t build great habits for marriage and family. But ask any student on campus—even incoming freshman—and they’ll tell you that she’s the “dating doctor.” For the past eight years, Cronin’s been setting students up through her dating assignment—an extra credit project, recently covered in What became clear was that of those 15 students, only one had ever “dated” someone. “These were really wonderful young people—extroverted, social, and active.”The hook-up culture (especially the college hook up culture) is pervasive.The American Psychological Association estimates between 60 and 80 percent of American college students have had a hook-up experience. She just didn’t realize pervasive it was: “Hooking up was sort of the only social script on campus.” It seemed as though students were pseudo-married, hooking up, or completely opting out.