Updated: Jun 22, 2020
Before I get into the post, I just wanted to say what a fantastic job our NHS, emergency services and key workers are doing. You are inspiring so many. I think I speak for everyone when I say we are grateful for everything that you are doing.
If you find you are struggling with isolation and just need someone to talk to, please feel free to reach out to me via the contact page. We can arrange an informal chat via Facetime. No matter who or where you are from it would be great to speak to you, truly.
Back to the blog post! Hi, welcome to the first blog post of Dater Help.
Ah, social distancing can be very difficult. You've watched everything on Netflix, ate just about everything in your cupboards, and the highlight of your day is a trip to the fridge. If you are struggling, it's ok to feel sad or anxious sometimes. Keeping a schedule, writing a diary, opening the windows, and making sure you get your daily exercise (if you are allowed) is incredibly important.
While we don't know how long this could go on for, it's important to keep on trucking with the world of online dating, but with a few changes...
1. Should I go out to meet someone I have matched with from a dating app?
No, seriously. It's not worth it.