When looking for a place to live, singles should focus on access to the locations and opportunities that let them do the things they love, whether that’s a quality gym and plenty of running trails, access to music and museums, or a location that makes travel easy.
Pursuing your own interest will let you meet others who share your interests and lifestyle, and also give you quality alone time.
When, if ever, is it appropriate to ask someone you are dating about their finances, including credit score and amount of debt?
“That’s never been the case before.” Social media and online dating sites have presented singles with more choices than ever, which also seems to be driving people away from tying the knot.
“They have a chance for solitude, and kind of a productive solitude.
We live in this moment of incredible hyper-connection and we’re always engaged with social life through social media.
“I do think there’s a little bit of that paradox-of-choice problem,” he says.
“You have so many different options that it’s easy to find the flaws with each one and difficult to just pick some person with all their flaws — since we all do have them — and just stay with it.” In addition to having a plethora of options, the era of the extended American adolescence seems to have tempered the rush to marriage.