Prologue I deleted ALL dating apps and profiles yesterday. I’m over it, and before I begin my tale of my last date from websites, let me explain why. First, I am tired of having conversations with people that I never end up meeting, it’s a waste of my time. Second, I am over going on … Continue reading My Last Online Date
So, I may have chickened out of going to the Anti-Valentine’s Day happy hour, but I did have dates last week to make up for it! OK Cupid landed me my first two dates off the new site, back-to-back Thursday and Friday. This new site shows your “match rate” with the other person, and it … Continue reading The Dating Game Part III
I am burnt out from the dating apps. Goodbye Tinder and Bumble, I'm breaking up with you. It's not me, it's you. These apps have left me still single, disappointed, and wondering why I joined them in the first place. Yes, it was entertaining swiping through profiles, but this fast-paced environment led to even more … Continue reading It’s Not Me, It’s You
Why am I always seeking other’s opinions to validate my self-worth? Why do I allow break-ups to damage my self-confidence? Why do I always assume there is something wrong with me that the other person doesn’t want to be with? These are questions that I have asked myself time and time again, and have now learned to ignore and put to the back of my mind.
Match.com, eHarmony, Plenty of Fish, Tinder, and Bumble: different names, same profiles and stereotypes. While Match and eHarmony allow you to create an in-depth profile to express your interests and desires, the fast-paced, superficial apps like Tinder and Bumble are taking over.