If you’ve been reading this blog, you know about my challenges – from finding men I like enough to date to revoking, ghosting, catfishing, breadcrumbing and just plain crummy behavior.So, I’ve decided to embark on my own version of App-less April.I’m sure the 1-hour geographic distance will be inconsequential if we have chemistry. I don’t want to be so picky that I never find anyone.
Instead of being fun, dating starts to feel like a chore or like looking for a job.
When daters are exhausted from the endless swiping that leads nowhere, it’s like binging on those cupcakes – you can’t bring yourself to go on another date. Dating fatigue has officially gotten the best of you.
You delete your apps and take down your dating profile. How to break the cycle of dating fatigue This cycle tends to repeat for many of us.
Any sane soul would rather stay at home every night, watching telly and making sweet music with a tub of Ben & Jerry’s. Sack the whole thing off and vow to stay single for life? What’s needed is a new way of looking at your love life. Sometimes the best way to find the right man is to stop looking.
Here are a few tips for putting the fun back into dating. A break from dating will also allow you to recharge your batteries, and get back into the game later with a renewed enthusiasm.