Bay area dating alternative professionals
Chances are, if you’ve found someone to love, and if the love is reciprocated, you’re busy getting on with the rest of your life.But if you’re single, most likely you’re hoping to meet that special someone.And what about those who fall into the category of a certain age — over 40?Oakland’s Odette Pollar, a never-married go-getter entrepreneur (who says only this about her age: “I’ve definitely had my 50th birthday”), has long been intrigued by the quirks of the dating game.When it comes to finding a dating app for those who are single and ready to mingle, there are plenty of fish—we mean dating apps—in the sea.
Moreover, unless an individual resides in a metropolitan city, the chances of them walking past several other Happn users seems quite slim. This basically means that one has a vast pool of potential dates (or catches in this case) to choose from! It is a quirky variant of Twitter as in it shows the user's 14-character profile and then there image, which is initially blurred.Each is glued to a smartphone, scrolling through selfies and groupies and all the other photos you usually come across in online dating profiles. “It’s amazing how people in San Francisco do not approach each other or look at each other, and they just hide behind what’s comfortable,” said Merrill, picking up her phone for emphasis.Megan Merrill has come across this scene countless times. Merrill, 30, is a dating coach who specializes in helping Bay Area professionals look beyond their smartphones and computer screens to make meaningful connections with other human beings.Two people sit in the middle of a bustling San Francisco coffee shop.They don’t know each other, though they’re seated at the same table.