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And when someone presses for why I’m not OK Cupid-ing or Tinder-ing or EHarmonizing my way through these single years, I have also learned to articulate a few reasons.
So I thought I’d share five of those today for any inquiring minds who might want to know why I’m not online dating — especially for any of you married folk who might wonder why some of your single friends (who might still want to be in a relationship) are intentionally passing up all of those available fish in the online sea.
And you start to consider saying more “yes’s” just to balance out the “no’s”, even when that’s clearly not the best idea. It is where you can be as honest (or not) as you’d like.But most dating sites don’t let you off the hook with just your age, occupation, alma mater, and hometown.Oh no, profiles or “personal inventories” can take hours to fill out and write.” But if you’re the one writing it about yourself, it pretty much just feels super awkward.Basically, you’re trying to present yourself to complete strangers in a way that’s positive but not braggy, open but not overly vulnerable, attractive but not vain, confident but not cocky, etc. And of course, you have to select the perfect photos to match, since statistically your cover photo is what makes people actually “click on you” or not.
And the whole idea of online “yes’s” and “no’s” just starts to seem unnecessary if you’re not going on many good dates. It is where you can share as many updated (or not) photos as you’d like.