Everyone I seem to talk to has the same feeling: Dating has become so hard. It seems like nobody wants to commit anymore, and it seems to be a challenge every single step of the way. You can blame the dating apps. You can blame Tinder, and Bumble, and Hinge, and all the choices that people have. Because for the very, very first time in history, men and women have a ridiculous amount of choices available to them. Men and women go out on a date and if just one thing isn't right, well, in the olden days, it used to be very simple.
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Before I started online dating, I was really losing hope that I would ever find someone. Shortly thereafter, but for unrelated reasons, I moved three states away to a small town where the median age is over twice my own. A friend of mine suggested I turn to the Internet. So, I signed up. That white rabbit ran by, I followed, and boy did I fall down a long, strange and confusing hole. I met some guys that I now consider genuine friends.
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The dilemma I am 31, with a successful career, friends, my own home and a close family, but I struggle to find relationships with men. Now the time has come where I want to settle down. I usually meet men online, though never really pass date three — this often being my decision.
Jen Au downloaded Bumble and OkCupid after her friends dared her to go on 10 dates with 10 different men. Within a month, she had completed the dare, gone on 10 dates and was entirely worn out — with no love in sight. Not this, not this. And in this desperate land of year-old high school cliques and lost love, dating apps have come to the rescue of lonely singles everywhere.