Your Career Keeping You From Swiping on Dating Apps? These Sites Can Help
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Are you interested in finding a long-term partner who works just as hard as you to form an adorable power couple? ThereвЂ™s an app for that. Do you have plenty of money, but not enough time to enter a relationship and would prefer a more casual connection? The internet has you covered in that area, too.
The answer requires sacrifice. вЂњIf dating is something you really want to commit to, then you need to prioritize and make time,вЂќ says Michelle Herzog, a relationship/sex therapist and owner of Center for Mindful Living in Chicago. вЂњIt’s not likely that a romantic interest will suddenly appear while you are at your office 60+ hours a week.вЂќ
As a young professional’s time is valuable, be clear on what kind of romantic relationship you have time for before starting the dating process. вЂњIf you are someone who regularly works more than 40 hours a week, travels often or has an unpredictable work schedule, then honesty with yourself and the people you are dating is critical to help manage expectations,вЂќ notes Herzog. Continue reading “The question is: How should one navigate dating when time is limited”