Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I completed my undergrad at NYU studying Economics and Chemistry
(Yes. I am a nerd), in hopes of one day finding the missing link
between the social and hard sciences. Currently, I've been placed
at a company that uses neuroplasticity to help treat patients with
ADHD, autism, dementia, Alzheimer's, and brain trauma damage.
I started using online dating just shy of a year after a string of
long-term relationships that didn't seem to work out. Like most, at
first, I was extremely skeptical of the idea of finding dates
through a dating service. But, one of my close friends convinced me
to sign-up and only after a few weeks in, online dating became one
of my greatest assets for broadening my social circle. I went on
some pretty wonderful dates, met a lot of great people in the city,
and really got the chance to get to know myself better. Online
dating sites don’t just give you the traditional experience of
dating; they help you learn what really works and what doesn’t, and
really quickly. I don’t think I’ll ever get over how magical a
scientifically calculated algorithm can be, and for that, I find
this to be truly amazing.