Too many dating choices

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The challenges of choice was well illustrated in a study in 2000 that looked at people’s buying habits.

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The challenges of choice was well illustrated in a study in 2000 that looked at people’s buying habits.Researchers asked customers to participate in a tasting of different types of jam; those who sampled the product were given a $1-off coupon.

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The challenges of choice was well illustrated in a study in 2000 that looked at people’s buying habits.

Researchers asked customers to participate in a tasting of different types of jam; those who sampled the product were given a $1-off coupon.

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“First, don’t give up on the Internet - it can still be a useful way to meet people," says Trees. "I find that sometimes people who are 'overdating' are trying to hide from something," Schilling told 9Honey. So maybe if you notice yourself doing this, take a little time out, reflect, and really think about what it is you want." There are some people who keep their calendar booked with a different date every day of the week, but end up in very few longer relationships.They're constantly going on first, second, and third dates — but rarely beyond that.Why not just say there are too many people on the planet to date anyone? Plus: When was the last time you heard a single woman complain that there were just too many men to choose from? “Well, since there are too many people on there, guys just keep looking.” Aha! It’s not a fear of surplus online profiles–it’s fear of competition, paired with a lack of confidence. Or did she think she was dating defensively, clicking through date after date because she had this idea that men were doing the same?Unless you plan on reducing the world population to increase your dating potential, this is a non issue. When I asked her if she felt a little threatened by the idea that a guy would go on a date with her and then keep looking, she balked. “I mean, I have had ten dates with different guys, and I just don’t want to waste my time if I don’t get a vibe.” So she didn’t like the idea of someone racking up dates with her and her fellow ladies…but yet she was doing the same thing. Fear of Crowds This is not a new fear, brought on by the surfeit of online dating options.

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