According to Static (as of 7-7-2014) there are nearly 54 million single people with 41 million who have tried online dating.
That means that about 75% of all singles have used online dating at one point or another.
Generally, in online dating, as with all dating, there are limitations.
However with online dating, there is one more consideration; it can be dangerously unreal.
A majority of churches build their programs to appeal to families with small children and have eliminated many of their single groups.
In the workplace, there are too many rules and bad consequences to dating other employees.
In an effort to get a full picture of online dating, I have tried just about every dating website or online tool available.
All of these play a role in finding someone whom you can build a relationship with but with their decline, we are forced to accept the possibility that online dating is a legitimate means to meet people.
I have been on many dates arranged from online dating websites.
A date typically consisted of coffee or something small of that nature.
While I typically only went on one date within a 24-hour period, the most dates totaled three.
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Married couples don’t typically have many single friends so that leaves limited connections for those singles over twenty-seven.