Dating the right stuff
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Whether it’s picking a T-shirt from a range of 20 different colors, or finding an online match among thousands, “choice overload” has been proven to lead people to make worse choices.
In studies, people tend to make smarter, more sensible picks when selecting from a smaller batch (6 to 10) compared to dozens or options.
With prices ranging from totally free to per month, how can you get the most for your money with online dating services? You might assume that the more choices you have, the greater your chances are of finding that one ideal mate.
This actually goes counter to psychological research on decision-making.
Start with a broader list of criteria, and give yourself enough time to study all of the qualities in a profile to get an overall sense of who the person is.
The formulas that sites use don’t stand up to scientific scrutiny.
A special breed of single might instead be drawn to Farmers (“Because city folks just don’t get it”).
For help finding and getting a feel for various dating sites, check out resources from Real Simple, Online Dating Sites.net, Consumer Search, and Consumer Rankings. Don’t assume right away that someone who misses out on a supposedly key quality (like height) should automatically be eliminated as a prospect.
Based on the numbers alone, the advantages of online dating services seem obvious.
The sites grant access to larger pools of potential dates than you could ever find on your own, and the more people you connect with, the greater the chance is that one of those people could be your soul mate.
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