How has dating changed
In our parents time cell phones didn’t even exist which means the only way to call or contact someone was if they were at home or at work.
Today it’s very convenient and common for a man to send a woman a text message anytime, anywhere saying that he was thinking about her or maybe simply calling her up just to say hi.
You can learn a lot about a person through profiles and blogs before agreeing to meet.
If they tweet, you can even find out mundane details about what they had for lunch or who they hung out with after work.
We’ve all seen those old television shows where the girl’s father would have a talk with the girl’s boyfriend about where he plans on taking her and that she should be home no later than a certain time. Today if a guy goes to pick up a young woman at her house, chances are she isn’t living with her parents and she probably has her own car!
This can have a number of positive and negative side effects.
Because social media sites take away the immediacy of person-to-person contact, men and women are more likely to initiate contact than they once were.
Some women feel much more comfortable giving out their email address than their phone number when meeting someone for the very first time.
Email is also a way for two people to get to know each other before actually speaking on the phone.
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Distance, a busy schedule and lack of access to potential partners are no longer barriers to dating.