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Chabert for Lindesa escort wrote:
Not at all. I just think it's ironic that all these dating apps, communication technology, etc. was supposedly created and marketed to us to improve our access to and ability to find relationships, while the reality is it's doing the exact opposite according to all the trends I've been quoting here, and that many people do not even realize it. see the review
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Never done OLD and still managed to find all my LTRs (present one included) theold fashioned way. I like people in general and have no issue striking a conversation with anyone anywhere without expectation or agenda. see the review
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As a non-OLD user, I assumed modern technology is a tool to help us meet people, not to improve access to relationships; that part's still down to us. see the review
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"Finding a relationship" is not the end goal for most people. The end goal is finding a relationship with someone their perfect match, and that isn't easy. I'd rather be selective and take my chances waiting for someone I actually love than settle and get married to someone I don't. see the review
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There's nothing wrong with selectivity. Selective people can deal with the consequences of their actions, good or bad. People who would rather not be selective are free to do as they please. I don't see what the problem is. see the review
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I never said anywhere that finding any relationship should be the end goal for most people. But for those folks who are seeking a meaningful relationship, the sad reality is that they are facing a dating culture that is actively working against them because of the need for instant gratification. They are encountering a dating culture that is more hostile more superficial and less conducive to forming stable successful relationships than it has ever been. A lot of gals have a dating style that is keeping them single and keeping them from getting to know great guys and vice versa. They are jumping the gun and nexting guys way too fast because of the misguided belief in instant spark. It's not an issue of selectivity. Two dates before you decide to move on is not unreasonable. What is unreasonable is going out into the dating world expecting to be wowed within minutes of meeting someone, and then if they don't repeating the process night after night, year after year. It's crazy. see the review
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Something that especially disturbs me, and which the most unhappy "nice guy" recently posting about the decline dating in modern times has not addressed: see the review
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Why, in these discussions, is it up to the women to give the undesirable (to them) men a "fair trial," but not vice versa? see the review
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the sad reality is that they are facing a dating culture that is actively working against them because of the need for instant gratification. They are encountering a dating culture that is more hostile more superficial and less conducive to forming stable successful relationships than it has ever been. A lot of gals have a dating style that is keeping them single and keeping them from getting to know great guys and vice versa. They are jumping the gun and nexting guys way too fast because of the misguided belief in instant spark. see the review
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Are you willing to spend a lot of your time trying to get to know a woman who you find unattractive? see the review
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