And then there’s the truths that we don’t even know ourselves. He decides to tell you something intimate about his childhood.
Something he did that he regrets, or a time he was bullied, or a horrible fight with his mother that he never really worked through.
I was involved in an online relationship for 3 months.
I swear I never knew anyone as well as I knew this guy.
There's the Don Juan who says he's single, but isn't.
The first thing – and probably the main "problem" – is pace.
In app world, everything moves at such a frenetic pace, it's almost exhausting.
I'm worried that modern dating has made me immune to an actual relationship. Because the two things are incompatible, even though in theory one should lead to the other.
It's like we've been indoctrinated into a cyborg way of life and when it comes to breaking out into the real world, we malfunction.