Hi! I totally hope you guys are doing amazingly today – it’s Austin’s birthday today and between prepping to take him out for din and actually washing my birds nest of a mane, some things didn’t get scheduled, and you were out a post this morning. For that I am sorry. Only a little sorry though, cause I managed to squeeze a run in too this morning before it got up over 90 degrees, and that’s invaluable these days.
Now, moving right along folks, I want to present to you a little something that we in the biz (that’s what we call social work, the biz) call a dilemma.
So, have you guys heard of TInder? For those of you who are not privy to how us kids are getting’ down, a lot of our relationships are starting online. And from that online dating thing, a few really interesting apps have developed, all for the purposes of providing millennials like me with an option to meet folks with the one thing we don’t leave home without – our phones.
It’s cool, and it eliminates the awkward bar interactions that used to pre-date a relationship.
[As a side night, thank you lawdy that I had the good fortune to meet Austin during graduate school, cause God forbid I was out on the market now, I don’t think I could handle it.]
So here’s the dilemma, which a friend posted to Facebook a few days ago.
She’s on TInder. A “happily married” male friend of hers was on Tinder. Does she say anything to the wife, who is also a friend of hers? Does she stay out of it? Maybe the couple is into that, right?
My understanding is is if you’re not looking for a relationship, you’re not on Tinder, or you’re not on of of these sites right? But unless I’m really really close to one in the couple, I’m staying out of it…but is that the wrong thing to do?
Have any of you guys experienced a dilemma like this? What do you think?
Oh, and if you haven’t today, please vote for me to be on the cover of Women’s Running Mag!