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The Pitfalls of On-Demand Dating

Have you ever found yourself going to an event where you feel like you are obligated to bring a date? On-demand dating can be more trouble than it is worth. On-Demand Dating, Summer Romances, and Their Pitfalls Summer is in full swing, and lots of singles are starting to stress out about not having a date for that summer wedding, pool party or family reunion. For many people, it’s awkward to show up solo at these types of events. It’s stressful not knowing that there will be at least one person at the party who they can talk to. Showing up alone at a big event can make a person feel like everyone’s staring, wondering why you’re the only single there. You could feel embarrassed, maybe even like a bit of a loser. Some people can be pushed to take desperate measures. These individuals might not be interested in starting a relationship, but they’re super-keen to find a date for their upcoming summer events. Fortunately for these desperate individuals, all they have to do is click or swipe on their favorite online site and bingo, they’re set up with a suitable date for the backyard barbecue or the banquet hall reception. Think of it as on-demand dating. An individual has a specific need, they check out what’s available, and they choose from the most attractive options. It’s online shopping, but for people. When it comes to on-demand dating, the person looking for a date has only one thing in mind: to avoid the unpleasantness and/or embarrassment of showing up to their summer events unaccompanied. Since they aren’t looking for an actual relationship, they’re not interested in getting to know the other person on any meaningful level. And the expiry date for such an arrangement would be at the latest, Labor Day...

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