Teen confidential: Decoding dating lingo

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Dinner and a movie, a classic date that for many young people is a thing of the past.

Teenagers have changed the rules and language of traditional courtship.

Instead of dating, it’s all about “hookups,” “hanging out,” “a thing,” “being together.”

Psychologist Dr. Barbara Greenberg and Jamie Isaacs, a 17-year-old high school senior from Long Island, stopped by the Morning News to explain the changing culture of teen dating.