07
Mar

Don’t Facebook Stalk Your Blind Dates!

In an article by Time, a study by Shannon Rauch and her colleagues found that Facebook creeping your blind date actually made some individuals even more nervous about their face-to-face meeting instead of doing the opposite. This was true for individuals with mild to high social anxiety.

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Moral of the story? If you’re already nervous before the date, surprising yourself will be less nerve-wrecking than forming pre-conceived notions about your date before the meet!

 

Read the full article here: TIME

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