Nearly a third of British people admit to using a #dating app while in a relationship, according to new research. The research was carried out by law firm Slater and Gordon after family lawyers noticed an increase in dating apps being cited in #divorce proceedings. One of the challenges of modern day dating is that with the rise of dating apps, people (single or otherwise) “think” that they have many choices, just as like ordering your meal at a restaurant…It’s very easy to send one course back (or even one after another, after another, after another) when the menu is overflowing with other potential courses. Dating apps is an efficient way to move through your options. It is a tool to help and facilitate a way of meeting people. But it is not an efficient way to produce great relationships.
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Growing up in Malaysia, Christina was raised amidst a cultural mosaic in a multiracial country. Governed by Muslim laws, educated in Buddhism and striving to explore the ideologies of Christianity, she grew up with a multifaceted and accepting outlook.