With countless online dating apps like Tinder, Hinge, and Bumble, connecting with someone has never been easier. The only way to meet a significant other during this coronavirus pandemic is online or reconnecting with an ex, but I wouldn’t encourage that! Though it seems as though there are unlimited dating options, why is it harder to find a real connection? Perhaps we all know that when this pandemic is over, we won’t actually meet the people we’ve started communicating with. At least that’s how I feel.
I've tried tinder four times, I've tried bumble twice, and OK Cupid twice. I really tried to give online dating a chance when I wanted to experience dating and then eventually a relationship. I was close a couple of times, and I did have my experience, and I accepted the truth that most people had other intentions besides dating or a relationship.
I've always had a biased attitude towards dating sites. It seemed like there were people sitting there who couldn't start a relationship in real life. But then I noticed that I didn't get to meet new people in real life either. Work, home, meetings with old friends... Well, not on public transport to start a conversation, right?
Being financially smart and successful rank at the top of rich women's checklists, but even higher are charm, security, and also the urge to start a family. Millionaire men may be all about beauty if they date, however widowed girls have other priorities. As it happens that wealthy men and women both look for similar qualities in their partners, such as fascination and wisdom. But by the end of the day, women want security and comfort first and foremost.