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It's easier to sleep at night knowing you drove them away instead of the other way around.

” is what my reader asked me, hesitant to put any more money into online dating sites with foreign singles that didn’t deliver. Still, with almost 200 comments and going strong, plus constant emails asking me about my Anastasia Date review (did you really try the site? From Anastasia Date: “Founded in 1993 by a Russian-American couple, Anastasia Date was among the first enterprises of its kind and now has a membership of over 1,000,000, with more than 80 million online visitors annually and 1.5 million letters exchanged onsite daily.”Demographics: Female members range from the age of majority to generally the 45-year old mark, although there are older women on the site, I only encountered gals under 30.

So while this Anastasia Date review gets a general thumbs-up, there are a few things to take note of before jumping in.

Single women can’t even sign up for the site; they’ve got to go through a completely different application process to confirm they do live in Russia, and also have their profiles and emails monitored to make sure the ladies aren’t trying to circumvent the system or scam the paying male members.

We're meeting at a rapid rate and dropping at each other accordingly.

We're giving out our numbers and taking them back just as fast. When did we become a generation without any follow-through?

We're constantly connecting and then disconnecting. Seriously, it's totally different than anything we ever expected from the adult relationships we envisioned. Now, however, it goes something a little less narrow and a little more cyclical: Exchange numbers, set up a date, cancel date — or maybe: exchange numbers, meet on Tinder, have sex, exchange numbers, never call. I'm starting to believe that just because we're giving our numbers out at an unprecedented rate, the number of us backing away before anything gets remotely close to looking like a date, or any type of scenario where one person could get hurt, is even larger. When did we start giving up midway through solely because we'd rather go back home than see what could be waiting for us on the other side?

In all our preconceived notions, it went logically: Exchange numbers, set up a date, have that date and then go home, have another date, have a few more dates… Because what's a canceled date (or a never-planned one) when you have plenty of others in the future? When did we stop wanting to play and start becoming those kids standing on the sidelines?

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