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I’ve gone on over a month’s worth of dates since I committed to exploring these ideas, and I’m surprised to say that dating has become something I’m excited about.
It’s given me the push to meet people who aren’t usually “my type” — which have turned into some of the best dates I’ve ever had.
Meghan told me about “intentional” or “deeper dating” — a philosophy she learned from her life coach that changed how she thought about dating.
I’d never heard of it, but upon further exploration, I learned the concept has been circulating around small corners of the internet and in dating books for a while, albeit mostly ones aimed at the midlife crowd.
I noticed another solution that probably wasn’t intended by the filmmakers but was perhaps a by-product of the filmmaking process.
Namely, the questions asked in the interviews provoked reflection by the interviewees, which resulted in positive shifts in their mindsets and actions concerning dating.
Particularly with the way it reconfigures my “bad dates” into experiences in which I learn something about someone, or at least learn something about myself.My friends were by my side for the whole saga, offering condolences in the form of their own horror stories.One experienced bad date after bad date, regularly annoyed that she had wasted her time yet again.With this problem so clearly identified, it’s time to devote more attention to solutions that can help foster meaningful romantic relationships among young people.A new documentary film, “The Dating Project,” does just that.