a one date stand

I posted about the process of getting to know people through social media .  It's a process of listening that takes time.  The same process is required in dating.  But people are quick to take a stand against the person after only one date.  One miss of a checkbox gets the person rejected. As Orthonomics writes in her latest blog post,  "I get the feeling that far too many daters spend too much time (over) analyzing the packaging of the date itself and all the odd behaviors displayed by the date that they don't actually get to the heart of the courting process, i.e. actually getting to know something more substantive about their date." Read more at Orthonomics: Over Analyzing and Dating

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