I’m 45. My husband and I divorced three years ago and I’d like to start dating again. We were married for 15 years and I know that a lot has changed out there. From what I hear, dating apps are just for hook-ups and I have no idea where to start. It’s not that I’m looking for anything serious, I’d just love a nice fling. Where do you suggest I start?
We’re in the midst of a “dating apocalypse,” if one is to believe a recent article by Vanity Fair journalist Nancy Jo Sales, a terrible time in which apps like Tinder have disrupted the basic nature of human courtship and turned us all into sex-crazed commitment-phobes.
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