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Online Dating Statistics () - Who Uses Online Dating More? - Her Norm
For singletons of the fairer sex, sometimes online dating can closely resemble a hellish merry-go-round where one sifts through batches of duds disguised as studs and armed with equally bad grammar and breath. The ups; the downs. The fleeting moments of connection with a prospective suitor; the avoidance of that awkward kiss goodbye. Then for a moment, it becomes apparent that flying solo can be fabulous -- until it's not. At that point, there's no other choice but return to the inevitable: The profile gets reactivated, most flattering pictures posted next to a witty self-description and yes, the cycle begins, again. If you're not nodding in agreement, it's because you're attached and have no single friends forced down into society's deep dark bowels of what is called online dating. But if you are nodding, read on.
How Online Dating Impacts People With Anxiety (And How To Deal With It)
In our Love App-tually series, Mashable shines a light into the foggy world of online dating. For the perpetually anxious, online dating embodies so much of what makes the internet both a blessing and a curse. Avoidance — coupled with a desire for more control over situations — is a bedrock of anxiety, particularly those who struggle with it in social contexts like dating.