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It won’t last forever, so why not make the most of your single status while you can?
Charly Lester shares her tips on accepting and embracing the single life If it’s been a while since your last relationship, it’s easy to start feeling like your single status has become permanent.
Particularly when you get to your 30s and 40s and everyone around you is coupling up.
And it you’ve just come out of a marriage or a long-term relationship, you may find yourself thinking that you’ve already had your ‘one chance’ and you failed.The apps recommend potential partners at random based on distance, appearance, education and even religion.Christian Date, for example, promises chaste encounters by requiring users to input their church, pastor, date of baptism, volunteer activities and favorite Bible passage. Users are drawn by the discreet nature of the enterprise.There are more than 200 Korean-language hookup apps available on Google Play, and millions of people use them.One called Amanda, short for "I don't meet just anyone" in Korean, has accumulated 1 million users all by itself.There are also concerns that users are vulnerable to criminals of one kind or another due to the weak ID verification.