But this Sunday morning, we do have some good news to deliver alongside your coffee and croissant — and we’re pretty excited about it.
But it seems that now more than ever, you can’t escape bad news.
Are you establishing healthy boundaries about what you will or won’t accept in an intimate partner, or are you just being picky?
How do you know when your standards are coming from a place of self-respect, as opposed to a place of self-deception? If your friends and family tell you you’re too picky, you’ve been chronically single for years, or you’ve been in unfulfilling intimate relationships for a number of years and you can’t seem to settle on one person, then this article is for you.
But what we found most compelling, particularly when studying women’s confidence in the dating space, is that women on Ok Cupid today are about 15% more likely to ask someone they like a lot out on a date than women a decade ago — and they don’t need an app that forces them to do it, either.
It used to be that men were expected to make the first move, but more and more women every year decide to take matters into their own hands — and that pays off.