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“It feels like there’s no excuse – it’s all there.” George has been single for 18 months, but feels drawn to dating apps despite the joy single life has brought him.
“I feel like I do have some weird sense of obligation to meet someone,” he says.
“Even though this is the longest I’ve ever been single and it’s probably the happiest I’ve ever been.” Tiffany, a 22-year-old who works for a travel startup, agrees that dating apps make it more difficult to be content in single life.
“Think back on your bedtime stories as a child,” he writes, “and I bet these words are lodged somewhere in your brain: ‘…and they fell in love, got married, and lived happily ever after.’ These imagined happy endings stick with us as adults.” Viren Swami, social psychology professor at Anglia Ruskin University, argues that dating apps often work as outlets to pursue such “happy endings”.The possibilities for finding your perfect match certainly seem endless.