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In his new book, Love in the Time of Algorithms: What Technology Does to Meeting and Mating, writer Dan Slater argues that online dating has changed society profoundly. Y., newlywed, tells USA TODAY's Sharon Jayson just how and why.
Q: What is it about online dating today that you believe has made such a big difference? Everyone has access to so many more people than they were accustomed to in the past.
One of the biggest demographics of online dating now is 50 and over. If I had been 20 years older, maybe I would have been married and already had a family and this is the second time around and I don't feel the same agenda. I met someone through one of those sites with whom I had a year-long relationship.
Many have been using online dating a long, long time and have yet to settle down.
The main thing was the ubiquity of it and how it suddenly expanded the mating pool.
There is nothing more anxiety provoking than looking into a mirror and seeing yourself — not the you that is primped and pressed, but the naked you,” wrote Amy Przeworski, Ph. I like that quote because I think it rings true for so many people, those with anxiety in particular.
Anxiety sufferers report that the condition impacts all their relationships, but their romantic relationships suffer the most.
Anxious people tend to require a great deal of reassurance, which can be draining to their partners, only adding to the stress of the situation.