The hardest thing about dating

The hardest thing about dating

By VANESSA E CHAMBERS

Friday, March 11, 2016

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BEING single and ready to mingle in today’s dating pool can be hard on someone who is looking for true love, as there are so many obstacles that get in the way.
Some people are out there just to have fun and play games, then there are the jokers and the highly sexually charged have only one thing on their mind.
Dating can be overwhelming when having to duck, tuck, and roll yourself through the unwanted elements. Sometimes it can make you wonder if dating is for you.
What do you think is the hardest part about dating?
Natalie, 27:
Finding someone real. I think that are too many players out there intent on playing games and messing with women’s heads.
Maurice, 31:
Dating is now a game of musical chairs; too many players and very few chairs. As a single man I seem to come across a lot of women who aren’t ready for a relationship, they just want the benefits of being in one. Good women are hard to find.
Duran, 30:
It’s hard telling who is really looking for something of substance. A lot of women will tell you what you want to hear, but they are only doing this to get what they can and move on to the next man.
Tamara, 36:
The dating scene has changed. Everyone is on the fast track. You meet today and then get married tomorrow. I prefer a much slower pace.
Demetrius, 32:
The hardest thing is finding someone who is worth my time.





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