The dating guy 8
I’m pretty savvy with my online privacy settings and avoided clicking on his profile, so he couldn’t see that I had visited it.However I did manage to see that he was “online now.” Since then I’ve gone on twice since and seen that he has logged on twice since as well. To all the young, college-educated women out there who feel like Donald Trump will probably become president before they find a decent, eligible man, take comfort.In “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game,” out today, Birger, a former writer for Fortune and Money magazines, crunched demographic, census and other data to show that it really is historically rough out there for the ladies.Everything has been going well and for the first time in a long time I feel like I’m getting attached.Yesterday out of boredom I signed onto the dating site where I met for the first time in a long time.
According to author Jon Birger, you’re not imagining things.
But feeling like he needs to keep his options open for a little longer. ” I feel like I had a very similar situation/conversation a month or so ago, where I knew that the person I was seeing (am seeing) was going to be important to me and I didn’t feel like writing back to a bunch of nice dudes saying “” So I disabled my profile and stopped logging into the site.
Until we figured out what we wanted, he was free to do whatever he was going to do, and I was free of driving myself nuts wondering about it.
I was also free of expending energy on “keeping my options open.” That stuff is time-consuming, yo!
If things didn’t work out, I could re-open my “options” at any time. Temporarily disable your profile and make a decision to stop tracking his online activity. Channel that anxiety into work or school or exercise or art projects (but not art FOR or ABOUT him, aka, FEELINGSART).