As we answered the same queries -- ranging from small and specific (what's his/her cuisine of choice?
) to big and broad (where does he/she see him/herself living in 10 years?
" And "I love you" turns into "I'll be home late tonight." Passion is replaced by errands.
Intimacy is replaced by catching up on work on your laptop..bed. Study after study shows that being connected to someone—fostering trust, honesty, and the ability to reveal private thoughts and feelings—can reduce stress and feelings of loneliness.
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If you're a couple like Jeremy and me who considers good communication "your thing," try it out anyway.
Playful trivia facts and challenges (we plan to take on more of those moving forward) make for friendly competition and good discussions.
It's like a quiz you'd take in, but virtual and geared toward men, too -- and only takes about three minutes to complete.
When you hear the words "dating app," you probably envision Boomerang-style snippets of endless profile reels and swiping right (ehhh, left) until you score a date or turn your phone off in defeat.
That's because dating apps have only ever been known to facilitate meetings with strangers -- and because 15% of American adults today online date -- numbers that have nearly tripled since 2013.
) to fun and sexy (what's his/her attitude toward phone sex?
) -- we'd learn if our answers were a "perfect match" or a "mismatch." A "perfect match" awarded us both points, even on little victories like knowing what kind of chocolate the other prefers (dark for me, none for him).