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Why does the quest for love seem so “easy” for some, and so, so difficult for the rest of us? But before we begin, let me just say this: (and I’m speaking for you here ladies, so please chime in if I got it wrong) while our attitudes towards our dating lives might not be optimistic of the time time, we’re still out there.Today, you’ll hear from 5 Philly women, Melissa, Leah, Sarah, Tracy, and Tiffany, who are all out there in this city of ours, trying to make it work with a special someone. Dating takes work and time and money and creativity and humility and honesty, and here we all are, soldiering on.I’m back on apps, but I’m still holding out hope that I’ll meet someone while hanging out in Rittenhouse Square.Leah, 25, Washington Square West: I’d like to meet more people in person, but for now, I am mostly meeting people through apps. From my experience, I’ve had better quality matches, conversations, and dates on Bumble.I really try to be positive about the dating world.For me, my time trying to find love in Philadelphia has been filled with some peaks and valleys.And I think it shows a lot of confidence in a female if they suggest the first date.There was this guy I saw all the time in my work building (no, we didn’t work together! At first, we started saying hi to each other and after a while, we were having in depth conversations in the elevator.
Sarah: It can go either way as far as who suggests meeting up, but somehow I always end up choosing where we go. However, according to my friends I need to step up and choose “nicer” places because I set myself up for failure.
Tiffany: I think either the guy or girl can suggest the first date!