When our parents and grandparents dated, things were assumed. A date was a date, a relationship was a relationship, “going steady” was the norm, and the path to marriage was predictable. Not so in our generation. Today, the dating waters are muddier than ever. A universal definition of dating can no longer be assumed. Why the ambiguity? Is this necessary in light of today’s relationship red flags, or could we take a cue from previous generations? Our panel discusses.