I think something can definitely be said about actively and obsessively looking for relationships constantly, especially for those mistakenly relying on them as that "thing" that will make them happy. Here's the truthiest truth bomb I'll probably ever truth today for anyone who needs it: relationships cannot fill that hole you long to fill.
Look, marriage is a wonderful, special thing. I'd personally even call it sacred. It is not the ONLY wonderful, special, or even sacred thing. If you're looking for happiness, you'll never "achieve" it as a state of being. Happiness is like a firework, it's there for a moment, but then you're left impatiently waiting for the next one. What you should be looking for is a different essence of being entirely, one that doesn't last small amounts of time. That thing is joy.
Where can you find joy? In loving family, friends, butterflies, that sweet scent on the wind that only summer can bring, the feeling of walking along a green pathway surrounded by trees and wildlife, ice cream after a fun day out in the park, the warm smile of someone you've just helped without getting or wanting anything in return. These are the true splendors of a life well lived.
Romantic relationships are just one small facet of the goodness one can participate in. In fact, every moment has its own form of joy, I even find joy in life's trials. Speaking of trials, remember that relationships aren't just the shiny sparkly moments you see on Instagram, movies, or social media. Relationships are arguments, crying, sometimes betrayal, forgiveness, compromise. We are all broken, so it is important to understand that relationships are twice as hard as single living. You have to account and deal with the brokenness of two people, and the friction that can create. You will likely have to go to couples counseling, in fact, I recommend that to every couple regardless. If you plan on getting into a romantic relationship, remember, that's a lot of responsibility, and a lot of hard work. Be careful on who you choose as your partner, and do not make the relationship your sole source of happiness, and do not neglect the good of your partner for selfish desires. Be moderate and disciplined, and do not settle for someone without a moral compass.