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) Please share something about yourselves below or ask us any questions! A post shared by The Modern Love Box™ (@themodernlovebox) on AJ: On one hand I think that [online dating] is really lovely for the fact that you can put yourself out there a little bit and reach people that maybe you couldn’t otherwise [meet] in your community. [But] I am not a huge fan of online dating, to be 100% honest.

How often do you go into the gym, or go into the grocery store, or go into the bank and you don’t smile, you don’t have eye contact, you don’t initiate a conversation?

[Instead], be mindful and go into those environments with the intention to be open.

Sometimes they’re specific to couples, but more often they’re just geared toward individuals…so I think that can be an awesome place to go and meet people [who share your interests].

I think, though, if you can go into any experience with the intention to just be mindful of how often you’re closed off to experiences [and connections] — that’s what I really try to incorporate with my individual clients.

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Alysha Jeney: With our generation being so used to instant gratification, and used to being so easily accessible to each other, there’s a false sense of connection.

Sometimes yes, it’s the biological clock, and yes, just feeling lonely.

But another part of it can also be that they just feel that they have to [find someone]; they feel like they’re at this age where everybody else is doing it, everybody else is married, and everybody else has children, so there’s just a lot of pressure.

AJ: I think that question’s loaded, because there’s so much that they can quote-unquote “do” on the practical end, [for example] maybe avoid Tinder or certain platforms that are instant, instant, instant.

But I think on the emotional end, what I try to help my clients unpack is what is it that they really even want? And how much of that can they provide for themselves?

I also think gyms or other social environments — like consistent classes — there’s a good sense of community in some of those environments.