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I’ve gotten Ask Joy questions about online dating—is it good, is it bad, is it a sure-fire way to go on the most awkward date of your life and thus resign to living alone with your cats or Star Wars collectables in your parent’s basement forever…
And over the years, I’ve attempted to give you good people some good answers. Here’s some thoughts about e-Harmony:
I’ve encouraged my single friends to try it—to go on dates and embrace the awkward and see where it goes—because, let’s be honest, we could all use a little more awkward in our lives.
But I have to confess: I had never tried online dating for myself.
That is, until now.
That’s right, kids, I put my money where my mouth is…for a month. Here are my initial thoughts for married and single peeps:
From my heart,
Married folks, have you ever told a single friend to try online dating? Have you attempted to see what a full time (and awkward) job it is for them?
Single folks, want to try it for a month too and tell report back??? (I recommend doing it with friends!)
Love and Respect (Now) is a division of Love and Respect. Please be considerate.