By Sarah Ellis March 18, In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, everyone is learning to adjust to a new reality.
On March 16, the White House laid out new recommendations for flift distancing, urging people to avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people and to stay out of bars, restaurants, and public places when possible. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDCthe virus spre through human contact through the mucous membranes in the face.
If you come into contact with the respiratory droplets coughing, sneezing, kissing, etc. Not everyone develops symptomsbut they may still be carriers of the virus, meaning they could pass it on to others before realizing they are sick. That being said, you can still enjoy flirting on dating apps behind the safety of a screen.
Here are some ways to make it fun. Once you match with someone, send them a personalized opening message to pique their interest.
Laughter is a great way to bring people together and find stress relief. Keep The Momentum Going.
After several days of texting, switch things up by having your first date over FaceTime. Can you quote every single line from Season 1 of The Office? The Netflix Party Chrome extension allows you to watch shows together from afar.
Dress The Part. If sweatpants and house slippers make up your daily quarantine look sameconsider changing into something nicer when you open fligt your dating apps.
In a way, you are dating long-distance, even if you only live a few miles away from your match. Set A Texting Ritual.
Keeping up a virtual flirtationship takes work and creativity, but think of it as a way to brush up on your conversation skills. More like this.