Between 20, the number of people using online dating sites doubled, from 20 million to 40 million, and about one third of America’s single people participated in some sort of online dating last year.But despite these numbers, it’s unclear if online dating is any more effective than, or really any different from, meeting someone offline.Breaking the data down a little – it’s men who are feeling slightly more lonely, as they’ll search through 47 potential dates, compared to 38 for women.But let’s be real – you could get through that number of profiles in a couple of minutes, if you’re being particularly harsh. With what seems like a limitless number of dating apps and websites available, you would think that finding your soulmate would be easier than ever.According to a survey done by Match.com, 46.4% of people—half of them women—admitted that they feel lonely when it comes to dating and just the whole search for love. Are you a single woman who—regardless of how many dates you go on—feels like the lonely void in your life will never be filled?Do you long for not just soulmate love, but also deep connections with other like-minded women? Loneliness is becoming more common in today’s world.
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