As the coronavirus pandemic sends the country into lockdown, virtual speed dating may be the new norm. If you'd told me just a week ago that I would be telling my yoga instructor, via Zoom, that I had to "run off" from our online class because I was late to a virtual dating event , I would have said you'd seen too many dystopian movies. But that's where we are. New York City—where I live—isn't sheltering in place just yet, but large gatherings have been canceled, shops and restaurants have shuttered, and we've all been urged to maintain social distance and stay home for the foreseeable future. When you can't leave your house, that puts a serious damper on your ability to socialize and with it, your dating life.
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A mega-complex nursing home in Riverdale, New York boasting residents, Hebrew Home, recently launched a dating service for its elderly inhabitants. While the facility has always encouraged and protected the rights of its residents to form relationships with each other, the new program offers social worker-curated matches, based on dating questionnaires the residents fill out. On paper. With pens. Like, what?
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First, there was speed dating. When the interview is scheduled, ask for details about the interview, like the names and job titles of the people who will be interviewing you. This should help you in your preparation and follow up.
Question: "Should a Christian use a Christian dating service to find a spouse? In the Bible times, dating did not exist in the same form that we see it today. Today, while familial involvement is still the norm in many cultures, in many others, singles are more on their own to find a mate.