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After our food arrived, he took one bite of his sandwich and declared that he was “stuffed.” Turns out, he’d had a gastric bypass surgery, but no longer followed the diet and had regained the weight.
On the other hand, there was a really thoughtful guy who planned a picnic at a park and brought all of my favorite foods and drinks.
I went on a couple of dates from the site, and met some people who seemed interesting and smart. But, after about a month, I decided that it no longer served me either. Last week, I was a guest on the “Ask Women” podcast and we talked about online dating (the episode will air in a few weeks, and I’ll publish the link). Here is my list of why online dating no longer serves me: Constantly having to check apps, some of which are clunky and outdated, takes up a lot of time.
Driving to record the podcast, I reflected on the last six weeks of dating and realized that my heart is not in it. Writing all of these messages back and forth doesn’t guaranty a date; in 2015, most people don’t want to talk on the phone so it ends up becoming a text- penpal relationship.
I’m usually a people-person with a positive attitude, an open mind, and a loving heart, yet online dating makes me bitter, frustrated, and mistrusting of men.
In the messages, I read a lot of embellishment and exaggeration.
Tinder and I are not compatible so that lasted about a week.
But Hinge seemed a little better — it’s an app that connects people’s mutual friends.
So, when they’re corralled into an app and so easy to find, I have to steer clear.