We’ve all struck-out more than we care to remember.
A lot of us love the thrill of the chase and playful interaction but it’s not so fun when it comes to a hefty bar bill and nothing to show for it.
More and more singles over 50 are gravitating towards the online scocial platform sphere in hopes of finding a compatible match to connect with.
The increasing generations of professionals are looking towards easier and more time efficient ways of dating to fit into their busy schedules.
Before texting and the Internet, the only way someone could contact a love interest was in person, in a letter, or with a live call.
While few of us use our phones for voice-to-voice conversations, there is real value in dialing digits -- especially when one considers how many relationships hit unnecessarily choppy waters due to a lack of tone or misunderstood emoji.
Even though each type has distinct traits, couples are able to shift from one type to the other.
In reality, both online dating and traditional dating have their pros and cons, which we will go into below.
However, researchers have found this method to be much less common among young adults today.
“In [a] national survey, only 37 percent of the respondents said they had been on more than six dates of this kind, and a third said they had been asked on two dates or fewer” (Glenn & Marquart, 2001, p. Twenty years ago, if a young lady asked a young man on a date is was thought to be inappropriate.
Whether you're male, female, transgender, gay, or straight, today's scroll-through, swipe-left culture is daunting.
With every profile expendable, connecting in a meaningful way can seem overwhelming and unrealistic.