Post-college dating, especially in a city like New York, is challenging and frequently ego-depleting.Thanks to online dating websites and applications like Tinder and Hinge, it’s feasible to have seven (or more) dates per week.
The results have varied from marriage to bonding over a mutual ex.
Still, others have taken the risk and over time, the relationship did not work out, leaving them with both an ex-friend and an ex-partner.
You may or may not be asking yourself, what would I do? Personally, I will always push for the possibility of true love and hope that fate intervenes.
With an increased awareness of engagement and marriage announcements, because of social media, you cannot help but feel some pressure to find “the one.” Do not allow your notification globe to pressure you into taking a risk (because of your age) when you’re not fully committed. We all know the old adage, “we want what we can’t have.” It is important to take the time to consider whether a relationship with this person has actual potential. Is the pursuit of this relationship worth all the drama and negative consequences that could possibly ensue?
In most cases, a one-night stand is not worth the long-term drama. Is there really something about this individual that you cannot imagine finding in anyone else?