They were forced to risk it by posing questions that are considered outside of generally accepted bounds. And their partners responded, creating much livelier conversations than we had seen when daters came up with their own questions. Instead of talking about the World Cup or their favorite desserts, they shared their innermost fears or told the story of losing their virginity. Everyone, both sender and replier, was happier with the interaction. What we learned from this little experiment is that when people are free to choose what type of discussions they want to have, they often gravitate toward an equilibrium that is easy to maintain but one that no one really enjoys or benefits from. The good news is that if we restrict the equilibria we can get people to gravitate toward behaviors that are better for everyone more generally this suggests that some restricted marketplaces can yield more desirable outcomes. And what can you do personally with this idea.
In a post a few weeks ago, I gave online additional details behind my online dating experience. After writing that post, I decided I wanted to talk specifically about some of my dates in detail.
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From by Peter Clark For my first topic on the subject, I wanted to talk about the time I was stood up why stood my thoughts topic. At the time, I was well into my really-enjoying-online-dating-and-having-success phase.
I had been talking through email with a girl that I will refer online as Cathy who stood very sweet and was attractive.