Moreover, doing so may even unnecessarily create misperceptions abouteach other before the date has even happened.
Bottom line: You’re worth getting to know in person.
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Megan, 25, said she is a "big fan" of such dating help. Finding a date hasn't hinged primarily on chance encounters or "setups" by friends since the advent of online dating sites and mobile dating apps.
The popularity and number of those tools has grown across all age groups, but especially among young adults and those approaching retirement age, according to a new study by Pew Research Center.
What are you really trying to accomplish by doing this, anyway?
What do you need to find out about your date that can’t wait until you meet in person?
In fact, if you do begin dating, don’t friend them. No, you should not friend a date on Facebook until you have decided to be exclusive with each other or at least had several good dates.
Facebook offers “too much information” and can turn someone off unnecessarily and/or provoke insecure behavior.
Your first date should be about getting to know each other without any preconceived notions.
And your first impression of a person is going to be better by meeting them in person, not by the person you think s/he is on Facebook.
Once you have been dating him/her for a period of time, then go ahead and friend them on Facebook, as you will already know who s/he is offline. The urge to take a digital peek at your date’s Facbeook, Linkedin page or do a Google search just can’t be resisted.