No I'm not recently single. Nor do I plan to be anytime soon. Heck, I just celebrated lucky 13 with my guy, which is like celebrating 26 in the heterosexual world. However, I deal in the dating world regularly because, for most of my clients -- gay or straight -- dating and finding love is a top priority. Whether it's the desire to feel loved or to avoid loneliness, it seems everyone is on the hunt to find a compatible partner so that they can experience the joys and pains of coupledom. The pursuit for companionship can go a variety of different ways, regardless of your sexual orientation.
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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.
This shouldn't be news to anyone who's trying to find love online , but online dating sucks. It is actually the worst way to find someone for so many reasons. While we were once hopeful about being able to meet the love of our lives all from the privacy of our own homes, that isn't exactly what being on the apps and dating sites provided us. We've experienced many heartbreaks and a decrease in our self-esteem during our many years of online dating.
If you're like many guys, it's not for lack of trying. You probably spend countless hours every week clicking through profiles and messaging attractive women on dating sites and apps. You get a response every now and again, but rarely from anyone you actually want to date. It's not uncommon to feel like dating sites don't work for men.