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Sometimes it can be hard to separate sincere people from the players. Online dating really isn’t all that different from real life dating.
Fortunately, there are key things you can keep an eye out for. There are unspoken rules and your behavior can have an effect on people’s lives. When it comes to online dating you need to be strategic. The thought of online dating can seem both exciting and terrifying at the same time.
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According to Statistics Canada, close to 30 per cent of households are now one person, the highest percentage in the country's history.
(Getty Images)Canadian comedian Christina Walkinshaw started using dating apps about five years ago.
[Now] when I connect with somebody online, we can have great chats back and forth, but very fast we turn into pen pals." Walkinshaw says too often people will connect online but won't leave the house.
She chronicled her dating stories on her blog in the popular series "My Week On Tinder," writing about going on 50 different dates with people she met on the dating app Tinder.