I’m in a relationship. A fantastic one that brings me happiness every single day. But I was one of the lucky ones who found a partner in college. What if you’re not that lucky?
Mike and I talk a lot about how different it must be to be in a relationship in 2013 than it was in 1980. There are more opportunities to meet people from far away, communication is made so much easier through technology, and there are less barriers for women to be successful.
But when it all comes down to it, a relationship only works in the long run if you live in the same city, share common interests, and are a shooting for common goals. No matter what year it is, that’s a tough set of requirements.
That problem poses the technological solution: online dating. The stigma around it is slowly disintegrating. It’s now common place for singles of all life situations, from young professionals to older retirees, to join the many programs out there. Anyway! A blog I regularly read (Once a Month for Ladies) just posted the story of one such program. It’s a short but interesting read and reflects the harrows and successes of completely blind dates.
Grouper: The date. Not the fish.
– Once a Month for Ladies
I hope you’re all having awesome days. Love and a sweet smile. – Ash
Hi Ash. You failed to mention this Grouper business is only in big select cities. 🙂
I didn’t know that! Thanks for the info. But I know there are online sites all over the US. Maybe not quite as cool a concept but definitely worth the time.