92% of American adults say they prefer to date people who’ve been to therapy, survey shows ...No mention if it is a plus to be on prescription anti-depressants or anti-psychotic drugs.
Dating app Pure polled 1,000 Americans aged 18 or over of various sexualities, ethnic and social backgrounds in September. It found that most people are looking for partners who have either seen a mental health professional in the past or are currently seeing one now.
Fully 92% of those polled said they prefer to date people who’ve been to therapy, the September survey found.
Seven in 10 singles are comfortable discussing mental health with someone new, Pure found, while 50% responded that it is attractive if therapy is brought up in conversation during a first date.