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15 Excellent Reasons You Should Delete Tinder and Bumble

At a wedding last weekend the conversation around the table turned, as it so often does in the presence of a freshly minted marriage, to finding love. Foregoing dating apps for the old school method of seeking out a partner without your phone can be a daunting proposition. But while bad romantic comedies would have you believe you need to go out six nights a week and speak to every person in the post office to find love, even the time and inspiration-poor can find someone in real life. Tinder et al are a sinkhole of energy and, for many, a boom-bust exercise of conversations that go nowhere and just serve to boost the ego of one party. If you have found Tinder successful and are confident selling yourself on a few holiday pictures and a bio, don't stop. If it's not really working out - which is probably why you clicked on this article - banish it from your phone and give yourself the impetus to meet people in real life without the safety net of Tinder distracting you from your pocket. A study published last year found the primary reason for users joining Tinder was media and peer hype, at 48 per cent, while 'desire for a relationship' was at just 8. The same study reported that users rated the thrill and excitement of getting matches higher as a motive for being there than a desire for an actual relationship or casual sex.

While online dating used to be a shameful secret for many people, using dating apps nowadays is the norm, especially amongst millennials. From Bumble and Tinder to Happn and Hinge, there are endless apps out there, providing singletons with a never-ending stream of possible suitors through which to swipe, match and crush. Like online shopping, if you will. We all double-screen these days, and for many a millennial, as soon as you plonk yourself down on the sofa and turn on the TV, out comes the phone and the swiping begins, almost without thinking. But is this doing us any good?

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Somehow you've navigated the dating world effectively enough to find someone you like who isn't stashing, breadcrumbing, or ghosting you — congratulations. But don't expect everything to be plain sailing from here. Liking each other enough is the first hurdle, but it can still be tricky to work out when you should have "the talk" and make things official.

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10 Signs It's Time to Delete Your Dating Apps

Being in a brand-new relationship comes with so many awesome benefits: getting to share new experiences together, having all those getting-to-know-you conversations, and just generally feeling the warm and fuzzy vibes of a new relationship. But thanks to modern dating, there's a pretty good chance you met your new boo on one of the dozens of dating apps out there, which leaves one serious question looming over both of you: when should you delete your dating apps after you start seeing someone? According to a recent online survey by ReportLinker , six percent of people who are in a relationship are still registered on dating apps. While that percentage might seem small, it's nonetheless a reminder that dating apps have complicated things for singles trying to find love. When you get so used to swiping — on your morning commute, during your lunch break, at the gym — it can be hard to think of it as something other than a game or procrastination tool.

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