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"What we're seeing is a real extension of the pre-commitment stage before we tie the knot.
Where marriage used to be the beginning of a relationship, now it's the finale." Jones, who has been dubbed the "male Carrie Bradshaw" and has read more than 80,000 first-person accounts through his column, noticed another shift in recent years—one he attributes to online dating: "I think people are terrified," he said.
"To be vulnerable with someone is what love requires, but that's the hardest thing.
And I think it's harder these days because we have these ways of sheltering ourselves and being meeker about how we ask someone out.
This article was co-authored by Chloe Carmichael, Ph D.
Chloe Carmichael, Ph D is a licensed clinical psychologist who runs a successful private practice in New York City, focusing on relationship issues, stress management, and career coaching.
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