Once you’ve found someone to marry and you get married, you no longer engage in dating.
Therefore, I think it’s safe to say that this is the defining purpose of dating: to find someone to marry.
Last July, I joined Grindr and things started off strong. I obsessively checked my phone, hoping to score and mulling over what I'd done wrong, but the hits weren't coming like they used to.
I had a few good screws, a handful of hot dates and an intense summer fling. I swiped left for hours without a single match, and then it occurred to me: I'd been downgraded.
The Purpose of Dating: What is the purpose of dating?
I powered through, reminded of months of success, but couldn't help thinking of my failure. The projects had limited reach but planted the seed for the boom in online dating that started with sites like Match.com, e Harmony and OKCupid in the '90s and early aughts.
Since many women in the community are looking for a romantic relationship, I decided to write a series of senior dating tips, based on my conversations with our members.
This first article will cover the first thing that most people see when they find you on any relationship-focused website – your profile.
Settle down early, and you might forgo the chance of a more perfect match later on.
Wait too long to commit, and all the good ones might be gone.