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The Globe and Mail
This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy. Full Disclaimer This is the weekly Amplify newsletter. Author Domini Clark, right, and boyfriend Shane began 'slow dating' during the pandemic. Ten months in, they're going strong.
It was not love at first sight. Far from it.
Story continues below advertisement But there was enough of a spark on my first date with Shane that I decided to see him a second time. Call it, love eventually. Or, to use a buzzword, slow dating. Spurred by COVID fears and restrictions, the trend is one of the unexpected positives to come out of the tbe.
What else we’re thinking about:
The pressure to meet quickly, and do everything you can to impress and keep the interest of a guy whose options are endless, is unrelenting. At the beginning of the pandemic, a lot of singles panicked about finding someone to lock down for lockdown; even exes came out of the woodwork. Of course, as restrictions tightened and went on, it became harder — and findingg for all genders — to connect in person.]