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A symbiotic relationship where two people don't just grow together, but toward each other.
But how do you decide on the person, the deciding factor of your success?
The chemistry isn't very complicated if the ingredients never touch. I swapped my swipe for a tap into all the social events the internet could offer. I filtered for the things I liked doing, and indirectly filtered for the types of people I would meet.
I went on to take a boxing class, and joined a new gym. Add to that the kicker: When I showed up to the online dates I wasn't interested in, I had wasted a night.
Approaching strangers in bars is harder than it's ever been; we leave our dating to our phones, and real life is spent inside the confines of our tightly knit friend circles.
But if I didn't meet someone while my favorite musician bathed me in a searing guitar solo? It's not that it's impossible to find love on dating apps—it certainly isn't. Instead of taking a route chosen for me, I considered my strengths and chose something fitted to them.
For some, dating apps will widen the pool and lead to success.
Dating apps reward homogeneity, sifting everyone into two-dimensional profiles that look the same, sound the same, and in some cases, even algorithmically identify which picture is best to represent you for the largest possible audience.
Of course, people don't love each other for what makes them the same; they love them for what makes them unique.