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If I need just a quick one-night stand with a hot stranger, nine times out of 10, I can easily find one.There are also all kinds of different things guys are into and it lets me explore my sexuality safely.I have my booty call guys I know nothing about (and I like it that way), but I also have ones that I enjoy talking to about my day and bonding with about similar interests.If I’m going to find one that sticks eventually, I need to be constantly on the lookout for him. Finding sex on online dating apps is like shooting fish in a barrel.I had my first online girlfriend in 2000 for five months, fell in love in 2003 in a seven-month relationship, did it again in 2004 for four months, and had my last online girlfriend in 2006 for eight months.However, if you were watching my profile on JDate, you’d have assumed that I was online from 1998-2006 without any success. Sometimes, when you leave, you don’t take your profile down—which leads you to be labeled an online dating addict by a woman who is on every single site herself. But you ARE onto something, Barb, which is that online dating CAN be addicting.In fact, in my dating heyday, I didn’t just try JDate. Just like alcohol can be used recreationally or abusively, so can I tried Match, Chemistry, e Harmony, Nerve, American Singles, Matchmaker… What’s similar is that the users always think that they’ve got it under control, and that nobody’s getting hurt in the process. There’s a delusional aspect to successful online dating—one that I’ve embodied—one that I’ve seen in my clients as well.

All YOU can see is that the same face is still on there, two years later, when, in fact, this guy is the perfect example of an online dating success. As a writer without a close-knit group of friends, who worked from home, and who bristled at the idea of picking up women at bars, this medium was a godsend.

Online dating hasn’t been taboo in at least a decade; in fact, it’s now a necessity if you’re looking for love. When you meet up with a new guy for a date, generally speaking, some amount of food or drinks (or both) will be involved.

It seems like everyone is on either Tinder, Bumble, Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish, or e Harmony (or all of the above), including me. I’m cool with going dutch, but a lot of guys do insist on paying on the first date.

If I never met the guy in person, I only meet him once and we don’t vibe well, or if he never calls me back, then it’s a million times easier to deal with than being set up by a friend or someone who comes into my work.

Being set up my friends is the worst, especially if it doesn’t work out.