Fast forward to now – some 15 years later – and technology-facilitated dating has evolved dramatically. In just the past 5 years, we have transitioned from a website industry (e.g., e Harmony, Jdate) to a landscape that now includes specialized mobile dating applications (apps).
Consider: In 2010, users spent more than twice as much time on dating websites as they did on dating apps. Just one year later, in 2011, users spent slightly more time on dating apps than they did on websites.
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In the mid-1990’s, online dating sites such as marked the commercial internet’s first foray into dating and relationships.
Doubts while dating are your brain’s way of telling you to slow down and proceed with caution. This kind of goes against one of your recent posts, which is that there are no doubts.
Think of doubts as a yellow light about to turn red. These days it seems that every courtship has little room for error – the beginning stages are so fragile that as soon as something seems to go wrong, people bail. For example, I recently set up a date with a guy from OKC, but I realized that even though he was the one who initially messaged me, I was the one who had to prompt and actually arrange the date – otherwise he would probably be content with texting back and forth forever!
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After we finally hooked up, I wanted more and he said no thanks.