I love giving advice to others about dating and offing insight into the cons of online dating. Pick up any book on relationships and you can bet it will have a section on online dating, whether it was written by Dr. Phil or the neighbour next door.
With dating sites becoming the norm, I think we should do ourselves a favor and dig into the topic of online dating especially as we head into this month typically focused on romantic love. Before we do, I have to be honest with you. Tackling the topic of online dating is a little intimidating for me.
In my over 10 years of coaching singles on online dating, virtually nothing about digital dating changed for a decade until Tinder came along. Tinder did wonders for normalizing online dating and forced traditional dating sites to catch up with the speed of technology. But is Tinder right for you?
As someone who found her significant other online, it's hard for me to understand why some people -- particularly women -- won't take the plunge. I mean, they'll pay their bills, buy their shoes and even earn an advanced degree online, but they refuse to find a gosh-darned date there. So I decided to do some asking around to find out why so many of us women are afraid to say yes to online dating.
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Still, it was far from a smooth journey. Though, in that respect, I guess I do have eHarmony and Match to thank for my writing career. Armed with years of slow-churned cynicism, I took to the internet to see if others shared my experiences.