Singles can take advantage of the online environment in many ways
With so many individuals becoming distrustful of normal social encounters, relationships fostered via the Internet are on the increase. Singles have long appreciated that connecting via dating sites is such a convenient way of developing a rapport.
Daters can pick and choose their targets
The pandemic has meant singles looking for dates amongst a list of strangers are more likely to be fussy. Previously, seeking matches was simply a case of sifting through seemingly endless lists of profiles, homing in on whoever happened to catch your eye first.
Casual dating carries even more risks
Going back to the days of traditional offline dating, and right through the advent of dating websites, the greatest risk of forming a relationship with strangers was not knowing anything about their history.
Courtship can be a drawn-out process
The nature of developing a rapport is that this can be so exciting. There can be an overwhelming temptation to get together as soon as possible.
Singles in ‘risk’ categories face more uncertainty
There are all sorts of reasons why individuals fall into a greater category of risk where Coronavirus is concerned.