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The ultra-popular matchmaking app, which allows viewers to anonymously swipe (like) or tap (reject) photos of potential mates, isn’t exactly known for excruciatingly personal disclosure.The 22-year-old Mac Ewan University journalism student had used the app for a couple of unsuccessful dates, and decided love and science demanded she and her gal pals try again.Wiart wasn’t particularly choosy in searching for lab rats in the Edmonton area. The men who swiped back were given a single question; no hellos, no attempts to get through the entire list, no attempts to induce love.Answering that question, respondents spoke about their mother-son relationships, embarrassing moments and hunches about death.University student Nikki Wiart, right, and her friends, from left, Jessica Viens and Kayla Callfas tried taking American psychologist Arthur Aron's 36 questions for creating closeness onto Tinder.The results were posted to a blog where it was viewed by thousands.
One membership gives you access to all of our features. Call the city nearest you for action today or contact our 24/7 customer service to get your membership!A man and a woman would enter a room as complete strangers, then lob 36 probing questions back and forth, before gazing into each others’ eyes for four minutes.In less than an hour, participants reported feeling deep connections, and as a recent New York Times story notes, at least one pair ended up marrying.Cruiseline will ask you to record a personal greeting to tell the other men on line about yourself and what you’re looking for.
Then you’ll get to hear the greetings from all the other horny guys on line.The registered psychologist at Shift Psychological on 124th Street says that most of her clients use matchmaking software, but also express a desire to be truly known. Some people just can’t help but let down their guard.“That personal connection, that emotional intimacy is what people are craving, it’s what people are looking for in romantic relationships and in friendships,” Curley says.