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So after a brief stint on Tinder – sorry to that one boy I almost dated but then bailed on – I called it quits. The answer is that I'm a happier, more confident, independent person when I'm single.I can focus on myself and my hobbies, both of which I neglected in my relationships.When online dating works, it can be a great way to connect with lots of people you wouldn't have otherwise met.But when it doesn't, the experience can send you down the everyone-is-awful-so-I'm-probably-dying-alone spiral. I'd rather meet a great guy randomly and organically than deal with the constant rejection and exhaustion.""You just don't get that spark that you do when you know you like someone and it's instant and wonderful. It's like you try to put a face to the person you're talking to, but it just feels like this contrived entity.But, even after a few years of experimenting with it, I’ve decided to take a hiatus from all online dating platforms ranging from Tinder all the way to (just kidding, however I did experiment with this too at one point).
Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone.Most people have at least one dating app taking up space on their phone.Having a whole slew of dating apps downloaded is de rigueur, and those who refuse to swipe in their search for a significant other are often viewed as unicorns.It’s hard to put into words the impact that this person I met…this person who found out about my blog, but who loves me anyway has had on my life.Many have said, ‘I told you so’ and many think they’ve proved me wrong. But with all that self-righteousness, I have to ask – Would I have arrived at this place without this blog serving as my own self-prescribed therapy?