The prospect of love often entails anxiety, sometimes with a fear of commitment  and a fear of intimacy for persons of both sexes. One woman said "being really intimate with someone in a committed sense is kind of threatening" and described love as "the most terrifying thing." In her Psychology Today column, research scientist, columnist, and author Debby Herbenick compared it to a roller coaster:
It is increasingly common today, however, with new generations and in a growing number of countries, to frame the work-life balance issue as a social problem rather than a gender problem. With the advent of a changing workplace, the increased participation of women in the labor force, an increasing number of men who are picking up their share of parenting and housework, and more governments and industries committing themselves to achieving gender equality, the question of whether or not, or when to start a family is slowly being recognized as an issue that touches (or should touch) both genders.
One of the main purposes of dating is for two or more people to evaluate one another's suitability as a long term companion or spouse. Often physical characteristics, personality, financial status, and other aspects of the involved persons are judged and, as a result, feelings can be hurt and confidence shaken. Because of the uncertainty of the whole situation, the desire to be acceptable to the other person, and the possibility of rejection, dating can be very stressful for all parties involved. Some studies have shown that dating tends to be extremely difficult for people with social anxiety disorder.
I love to Play Piano, reading different type of book that helps to enhance my skill and learn to improve myself, listen to music, sight-seeing, travel around the world, explore new things and helping people will bring me joy of the day. I often spend free time with my friends and family, and help people in need or in community when I have a chance.
I'm an easy going single Mum with a fun sense of humor, I like to hang out with family and friends,I want to meet someone who is not too serious, knows how to have a laugh. So if you are someone who is honest, funny, down to earth, adventurous, with a positive attitude to life, please say hi. Yes my profile says I live in Orange but that's Not where i want to settle down.
Looking for a female who is fit and exercises regularly. Not a control freak and has her own life and friends. She is not after a relationship but a good friend who she can call when she needs to have fun and talk about things that she can't with others. She likes me to visit during the day as she doesn't want a person hanging around all the time as she has her own life
Online dating was a $2 billion per year industry, as of 2014, with an annual growth rate of 5%. The industry is dominated by a few large companies, such as EHarmony, Zoosk and InterActiveCorp, or IAC, which owns several brands including Match.com and OkCupid, and new entrants continue to emerge. In 2019, Taimi, previously targeted to gay men, was re-introduced as a dating service for all LGBTQI+ people.
I would like to meet a slim/slender lady that has that something special about her that is hard to describe. In my teens I use to like "Tomboys" and still do! I don't really care if you are a bit of a beanstalk or flat chested I would really like to hear from you. It would be nice to meet someone who has similar interests to mine but it is not necessary as I am always keen to try something new. Would be great if you were also into health and fitness. Lets try to establish a friendship first and take it from there. Thanks for stopping by and reading my profile.
A 2003 report in China Daily suggested that dating for most Chinese university women was "difficult", required work, stole time away from academic advancement, and placed women in a precarious position of having to balance personal success against traditional Chinese relationships. Many women were reported to have high standards for men they sought, but also worried that their academic credentials could "scare away more traditional Chinese men." It was reportedly difficult finding places to have privacy, since many dormitory rooms had eight or more pupils in one suite, while dating in restaurants tended to be expensive. One student remarked: "American couples drink and dance together. But in China, we study together."
Most Koreans tend to regard dating as a precursor to marriage. According to a survey conducted by Gyeonggi-do Family Women's Researcher on people of age 26-44, 85.7% of respondents replied as ‘willing to get married’. There is no dating agency but the market for marriage agencies are growing continuously. DUO and Gayeon are one of the major marriage agencies in Korea. Also, "Mat-sun", the blind date which is usually based on the premise of marriage, is held often among ages of late 20s to 30s. But the late trend is leaning towards the separation between dating and marriage unlike the conservative ways of the past. In the survey conducted by a marriage agency, of 300 single males and females who were asked of their opinions on marrying their lovers, about only 42% of the males and 39% of the females said yes. There are also cases of dating without the premise of marriage. However, the majority still takes getting into a relationship seriously.