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One new study reports, “Apps are the new norm in dating. Online dating may have wed its thousands, but it’s wounded its tens of thousands.
One study found that over half of dating app users reported feeling lonely after swiping.” They have called it “the gamification of courtship.” The fierce irony is that the “game” wounds and devastates so many.
Wi-Fi, one of the greatest achievements in communications technology, should have made romance so much easier — more people, less driving, more access.
Instead, it seems to have blurred the lines we needed, leaving us even more lonely and less likely to find wedded bliss.
The websites and apps have manifestly facilitated random sex and superficial flirtation, but they seem to have done far less to help us find love.
Far from solving our problems, they have often multiplied and complicated them, leaving many feeling like we’re driving blindfolded — until the inevitable crash into greater heartache and deeper loneliness. Because of him, in the midst of all of the confusion and heartache, we have an anchor and a refuge.
Real-world structure and boundaries meant, for the most part, that pursuing a woman required intentionality, clear communication, patience, and risk.
It felt more like buying your first home than renting a movie on i Tunes.
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