But, if you’ve had a few bad setups or are getting tired of waiting around to meet the right person and the right time, online dating can be a convenient, easy way to increase your options and help you get back out there.
Men are looking for a cross between Mother Teresa and America’s Next Top Model, while women are after the Jesus-loving-Brad-Pitt.
As I read through and interacted with the comments, five big-picture themes emerged as to why #The Dating Scene is on snooze for most single Christians: One of the most common things that many singles reported experiencing from the opposite sex is the unrealistic standard of what they’re looking for in a relationship.
I asked singles to tell me why Christian singles aren’t dating. The comments rolled in, and some fantastic conversation came of it.
Plus, there are a lot of success stories from married or committed couples that met online.
Despite online dating being useful and convenient, statistics currently say you’re more likely to meet “the one” by being introduced through a mutual friend.
Online dating doesn’t have as much stigma as it used to.
With about 40 million Americans using dating sites and apps, it’s becoming more and more common for people to meet and date online.
Too many churches are not offering a way for their singles to meet—leaving them to fend for themselves with things like social media, online dating and everything in between in an attempt to meet.
If you’re at that point in life, here’s an article I wrote with some basic how-to’s of asking someone out on a date.
If you want to get to that point, consider taking my 21 Days to Jump Start Your Love Life e-course.
Online dating can be a con when the relationship only exists online and doesn’t include any physical or face-to-face interaction.
Psychologists warn “computer-mediated communication may have an artificial and unemotional quality since it can be harder to evaluate a potential match online where you cannot pick up on cues and features that build attraction, like touching.” We are living in a digital age and with so many social sites and dating apps, there are many ways to meet and build relationships online.