Trends in online dating

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Usually we see this with people who have been on many dates with the wrong people and are finally ready to sort through the muck and find that one person who makes the journey worthwhile. There’s something really exciting about coming home to your significant other every day and thinking of new ways to surprise each other.Divorce rates have been falling for some time now, which means that our newfound selective behavior is actually paying off: we’re finding the right partners faster and overall satisfaction with marriage is increasing.

“It's sad they don't realize that they aren't doing themselves any favors and they are actually hurting their own chances if they are really looking for a date or love and they are hurting other people.“ An act that we’ve probably all experienced or even been guilty of at some point, kittenfishing comes as the world of dating becomes more and more competitive.

Or it can be more severe, like straight-up lying about your age, height, interests or accomplishments.

“As if catfishing wasn't bad enough, people who are actually trying to find dates or love through online dating sites have to be concerned about people kittenfishing them,” love coach Nikki Leigh told Bustle.

Daters are slowly moving away from the “disposable” dating culture that doesn’t value personal contributions and are quietly embracing a more meaningful approach to romance.

Travel Dates Our matchmakers predict most of 2017’s dates will be Instagram-worthy.

If you’re seeking a long-term relationship with someone who values you for all your unique qualities, 2017 is your year.

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