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Exercise Some caregivers are on their feet most of the day, but it’s still important to get additional exercise.
As caregivers, time for self-care can be hard to find and often falls aside.
According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, “40% of caregivers are in high-burden situations.” Although the situation varies, many caregivers spend a majority of their time meeting the needs of their elders.
They’ve also brought with them certain widely acknowledged problems: For one thing, they’ve made it difficult to include a full set of the most basic personal information, like the type of relationship you’re looking for (a problem that’s even more pronounced for queer and gender nonconforming users of mainstream apps). For a long time, my personal work-around was to use Ok Cupid, which was what people in their 20s in New York used when I moved here in the Dark Ages before Tinder was a thing.
The less information available at the outset, the more work that needs to be done in each individual interaction, lest you accidentally commit a Wednesday evening to a nerd who wants to tell you about his ethically nonmonogamous lifestyle, or — worse — someone who does improv. That worked for a while, but now that Ok Cupid’s once web-centric experience has shifted to emphasize the service’s app, complete with a prominently featured swiping structure, it’s basically just Tinder for people who want room to write several long-winded profile paragraphs about their sapiosexuality.