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Dating online has become normalized in our ever-mobile lives, but the rush of meeting someone in person — even if it was an initial digital connection that got you there — remains one of life’s simplest pleasures.In our increasingly rapid-fire paced, screen-based lives, we are hungry for the slower speed of analog, for the delicious unfolding of a human connection rife with anticipation and sensory exploration. Being single, especially when you have kids, has its fair share of challenges.It helps when you reach that one needle in the binary haystack, the one whose eye catches yours and whose big personality squeezed into a tiny text box makes you smile or even LOL IRL.That’s when you feel the renewed sense of possibility.
All in the name of finding love and chemistry — even if just for the night.
None of us intend to find ourselves dating again — mid-30s, this time while figuring out the balance between work and home, self and family — but this is the reality for many of us, because life happens and plans change.
What does dating look like after divorce, in your 30s, and as a parent forging together some semblance of that balance?
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Understatement of the year: dating has changed a lot since our 20s.