Is online dating ok for christians
And out of these eight-ten, I only went on two dates. Both of my dates were in restaurants during the dinner hours.Both restaurants were popular places and in very public areas- when meeting someone for the first time from online, safety is always key!Perhaps it was our age difference, perhaps it was our different backgrounds... I honestly attribute it to the fact that it's very hard to get a true sense of a person on Tinder.You can learn facts about them, sure, but getting a sense of their actual personality and demeanor is a different story.We had a really nice conversation on the app, and I was genuinely excited to meet the guy.
Haha.) What my dating life comes down to is that I'm a girl who has always known what she wants, and my high standards, faith, and lifestyle make it hard for me to fall for someone.
My second date was about a month later, with a guy who was a few years older than me.
He was the opposite of the first guy, in that he was very nice, and we were both able to hold decent conversation throughout the whole date.
I knew that it was really about time for me to move on from that situation, but I didn't know how to.
I go to a college that has a much higher population of female students then males (another reason why I haven't dated that much in college), and no one was catching my eye at school at the start of the year.Tinder did end up being the distraction that I was looking for. ~~~~~ All in all, I probably only talked to maybe eight to ten guys in the couple of months that I had Tinder.