Dating app leading to marriage in NY for 30s folksFeb 10
Tired of being on the hunt. What is a good dating app that will lead to marriage?
Any other tips/tricks?
Edit: any single, mature and easygoing ladies near my age, feel free to message me.
- I have a hypothesis we millennials have a more difficult time to find a SO compare to previous generationsb because of more available *choices*. We are more connected so people constantly look out for better options.
- Met my wife on Bumble. Dating is work. Apps are for creating lots of F2F dates.
- IT but non-tech. My advice is to get good at meeting people. Meet >1-2 people a week for a drink after work. Anyone can learn to have an engaging 15 minutes of conversation with a random person if you try. There's a lot of hungry women out there looking for you to come find them.
- Guys are outnumbered 2:1 in NYC and at 30+ women are more motivated to find life partners than men; all the odds are in your favor you just need to put in the effort.
- I would suggest not trying to directly find a mate via app; I would suggest joining groups that appeal to you and meeting others. The best way to find a partner is still through friends and personal relationships; NYC offers every possible type of club or social group. APPs are all geared toward casual hookups and that’s what you’re going to find when you use them. Okc is the only one that has kind of remained geared towards long term relationships but still nothing beats meeting people organically through participating in activities you enjoy
- Google trolDtrolsIs this your ploy to fish for dates on blind ?
Guy looking to get married... What's next ? Girl looking for one night stands ??
- Airbnb lalalulMet my S.O on Bumble. I was direct in what I want for a guy, honest, sincere and that I didn't want casual hookups. That I was looking for something meaningful and long term. It saved time filtering guys and that's how I matched with my S.O. who was also looking for a LTR
- VMware BobbleHatFirst go to the gym so you stop violating the first rule, which is to be attractive.
- It’s a numbers game more than anything else. How many serious relationships have you had in the past?
- Google SJJr61Uhm, you want something “organic” and someone compatible ? You’re still at Google? Perhaps try joining the groups/site activities. (Aka offsite, ski trip, summer parties, etc) Worked for me:)
(This is NOT to say finding someone on your team. I repeat, do NOT date anyone on your team)
- Are you saying you haven’t gotten into online dating at all? Just try a bunch of them - Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, Coffee Meets Bagel, they’re all the same thing and most people use multiple.
Just select your pictures, write the bio, send your first messages with the help of a male friend that’s been successful on dating apps. Guys that don’t get good dates from online dating just don’t know what they are doing.