Experts say online dating sites see a huge traffic increase between Christmas and Valentine’s Day.With the number of visitors these sites get each month, that increase is pretty significant: Some current estimates report between 10.5 and 23.8 million unique visitors per month for two major dating sites. With what seems like a limitless number of dating apps and websites available, you would think that finding your soulmate would be easier than ever.According to a survey done by Match.com, 46.4% of people—half of them women—admitted that they feel lonely when it comes to dating and just the whole search for love. Are you a single woman who—regardless of how many dates you go on—feels like the lonely void in your life will never be filled?Beginning this week, the exclusive dating service Mensa Match will launch, allowing only current members of The High IQ Society to sign up and create profiles.Those members who still have traditional accounts will also be able to add a special badge onto their profile, signaling their Mensa membership to other Mensans.Breaking the data down a little – it’s men who are feeling slightly more lonely, as they’ll search through 47 potential dates, compared to 38 for women.
Apparently, I wasn’t alone in my Valentine’s Day depression-induced hunt for Prince Charming.
Do you long for not just soulmate love, but also deep connections with other like-minded women? Loneliness is becoming more common in today’s world.
Despite all the ways we’re able to communicate with others online and on our phones, people aren’t necessarily feeling more connected. Instead of downloading yet another dating app, try this instead.
So how have people over the centuries used changing technology to find somebody to love?
After a solid week and a half of non-stop boozing, partying and destroying whatever food is in your path, it’s now time for 9-5ers to get back to the daily grind and face 2017 head on.