“Highlighting your interests and values gives you the chance to sit down and evaluate what’s really important.” Amen to that.
In the process of writing this blog I came across article entitled in the Atlantic Monthly that is worth reading.And then there are apps where you “never travel alone,” like Miss Travel, and meet up with a match in a different city, or Bumble, where hetero women have to message men first.Honestly, it seems like there’s a dating app out there for everyone, which can’t necessarily be said for dating sites.“Because they’re so easy to use on phones, you can take them with you and use them all over the place.Your life can be a lot more flexible with these portable apps.They can be big time savers and success builders in dating.”It’s always a plus to meet a romantic interest through a friend, right?
It’s like a letter of recommendation, but an IRL person recommendation instead.
“If you’re a swiper or a quick-choice dater, an app is more suitable than a dating website.”Gerrits agrees.
“You have to develop a strong sense of self to paint an accurate and intriguing picture of your identity,” she says.
As a former single adult pastor I’ve seen the up and the downside of online dating of hundreds.
Today, 2 out of 5 relationships begin online and people who once were reluctant to admit they used online dating are rarer.
These pros and cons can be interpreted very differently depending on the individual person, which is what makes the whole concept as fascinating as it is tragic.