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I hate going on dates. None of my three serious relationships — including my marriage — started with dating: In contrast, dating feels like a contrived hassle, a social annoyance. My friend Annalisa and I went out to dinner recently. We were talking about men, relationships… you know the drill. We were chatting about being in a rut and needing to get out there again. At a minimum, we could laugh about the experience together.

I had three hours of my life to lose, but she had a point. After all, I could write about it. But also, in my job as a law and society analyst, I spend so much of my time researching people who grapple with divorce.

A huge part of divorce is what Speed dating quebec city after. In these cases, important legal decisions can hinge on very personal perceptions of future possibilities. Plus I asked my Facebook universe if I should do it, and Speed dating quebec city insisted that I should. So I bought the ticket.

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I hopped in my car and checked traffic conditions on my phone. Downtown traffic was going to suck. No… I had to go.

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I could not let my Facebook universe down. En route, I drove by a great Mexican restaurant. At one point I got stuck behind a slow truck hauling a huge trailer of chairs. I had to check myself: No, I had no expectations. Then I realized what it was: I was being protective of my time and my space.

I have been single for so long, and in that time I have been incredibly picky about how I spend every one of my moments.

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