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Beverly Hills, Calif.-based blogger Treva Brandon Scharf, 51, said she met her husband on Facebook - “but could’ve easily have met on any of the dating websites— which we were on as well.” Northern California-based love and intimacy coach Michele Fabrega said she often points clients not to dating sites as such but to Meetup, a site where people can find others who share an interest such as hiking, touring a museum, maybe going to the theater.The advantage for her clients with Meetup, she elaborated, is that “they can follow their own interests and participate in activities that they enjoy or new activities they want to try." "The stakes are much lower than in a first date situation and they can meet others in a more relaxed setting and cultivate friendships and relationships over time," she added.
It's Baby Boomers who are increasingly finding love in the bits and bytes.
And more and more Vermonters are looking online for a potential match. She’s 31, and says the OK Cupid scene in Burlington can be tough. “The age of men seems to be in the post-college age, and then all of a sudden it jumps to 35 and up,” said Olson.
“It hasn’t been the easiest.” She’s not the only one who feels that way.
“Because you already know so much about each other.” Tinder is popular with Burlington’s college students. He says that last spring it seemed like everyone was on Tinder: “People use it for varying purposes, but I think most people used it for more casual situations,” said Johnson.
At UVM, that might mean using the app to invite a fellow student to a party.
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From to Ok Cupid, more and more Vermonters are turning to online dating to meet new people, but with varying success. “I don’t know if it’s the way I’m presenting myself on the site, but I’ll send messages to guys that I think…