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On the one hand, my schedule automatically winnows the dating field – someone must I've met men on Tinder interested in both serious and casual relationships.I would love to fall in love again – to once more experience that type of deep intimacy, with all the joy and pain that it entails.However, I am also someone who enjoys dating and believes it's possible to date genuinely care about someone without falling madly in love with them.In other words, Tinder is perfect for someone like me. There is an ego boost to swiping right on someone you find attractive, and learning that they find you attractive as well.I drank coffee, he drank green tea, and we talked for hours about politics and change.
The schedule makes intimacy difficult and the dating (and mating) dance tends to be, well, not very easy.In my late 40s, I never thought I would turn to a "hook-up" app for romance. After my marriage of 12 years ended, I spent most of the past decade building a successful career that allowed me the time and flexibility I needed to raise my son and assembling a close-knit circle of friends.Although my ex-husband and I co-parent our now 12-year old son, my son spends 75% of his time at my home.Unfortunately, as two people with impossibly tight and busy schedules, we weren't able to (or perhaps were unwilling or frightened) to carve out enough time in our schedules to really give the relationship a chance.I've also been on several first dates that didn't lead to second dates with other men I've met on Tinder.