If you are perusing this article, then chances are you have either decided to explore or venture into the online dating world.Online dating has become a very big part of our society in the last few years, and it seems to have taken the place of meeting people in bars.Having successfully made online contact with someone new, you should think about moving on to a first date.Emails and, in due course, phone calls can tell you a lot about someone, but face-to-face interaction is what matters most when it comes to a potential relationship.Research suggests that there’s a crucial threshold about six weeks into online emails where you can start to raise your expectations unrealistically high and then feel very let down if, as often happens, a face-to-face meeting proves that there’s no compatibility.
How we feel as a first date approaches depends on so many factors.
You might already have an idea about how well suited you could be to each other, and your tentative feelings about the other person can have a major impact.
The prospect of the date could become really daunting – or you might adopt a ‘take it or leave it’ approach...
If you have ever experienced online dating and dating apps, chances are at one point or another, you’ve attempted to chuck your phone at a wall because ONLINE DATING IS SERIOUSLY THE WORST.
We tire, give up, and just altogether get too fatigued by the whole process.