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I met so many wonderful people online during that time, many of whom I am still friends with. The internet was self-selecting, in that not everyone had a computer Now, there is the expectation that the date will be cancelled at short notice or won't turn up at all. They have no interest in meeting anyone on it. Older men can be the worst because they didn't grow up with the internet so, for them, it really can be a candy store. This, in turn, has lowered people's ability to compromise and tolerance of anything less than perfect is now non-existent.
River says that because of the many people looking for casual relationships you have to be prepared for rejection. Technology is ever evolving so these inventive ways of finding people to date are unlikely to diminish. However, like everything, it is a choice. And too much of anything can be detrimental. At the beginning of the year, River decided to take a hiatus as dating was becoming a bit of a drag.
But on a more serious note, her self-esteem began to be affected when she found the lack of first dates developing into seconds disheartening. Bloomfield says burnout can happen when all dates start to look the same and you are not excited by the prospect anymore. Bloomfield suggests slowing everything down and says if you have tried and not enjoyed internet dating, there still are other ways to meet people.
Go deeper into yourself and explore new ways of meeting people. Start to become a 'conversational artist,' famous among your friends for asking interesting questions and connecting with people and politics in the wider world. Peruse the small ads but don't get addicted to the porridge pot of infinite possibilities offered by the internet. Get new experiences and go to new places.
Challenge yourself to do one slightly adventurous thing per week. Think creatively about your interests and you will start to meet a new set of people.