Eventually, you had a conversation about your relationship status, and you proceeded from there. My schedule mostly revolved around raising two young children, not yet school age, so my contact with the outside world was limited to the grocery store and general errands around town.
Yes, the Tinder Trials can be difficult, but there’s always the entertainment value in trying to figure out someone’s game.
I believe that if we’re open to genuine connection, we can find that in our matches. We can play the game by our own rules and look at the Tinder Trials as opportunities rather than obstacles in the dating world.
Then there were a couple of sites that allowed anyone and everyone to see your profile and message you, which brought on a whole other set of complications. The Tinder Trials are similar to the Hunger Games, except perhaps more aggressive.
And there are rare stories of couples surviving, but that might be propaganda spread to encourage the rest of us to keep giving it a try. It’s free and I can always stop if it doesn’t suit me.
While often frustrating, the online dating scene is simply the new world of dating.