It has been a struggle to delete dating apps for good.
You are thwarted with how dating apps have gone for you so far and you have sworn them off for good repeatedly, deleting each and every one of them in the moment.
A few hours or days pass and the next thing you know, you are downloading dating apps again, forcing yourself to believe it is going to be different this time around.
You have had a hard time connecting with people on dating apps.
Every time you have gotten into conversations, they have led nowhere.
You barely get dates, and when you do arrange them, you are ghosted the majority of the time.
It is akin to pulling teeth to get people to open up to you online and have spirited conversations with you, and you have tried everything you can think of.
You have initiated conversations and asked interesting, relevant questions to instigate conversations.
It hasn’t worked.
You have cracked jokes to initiate conversation.
Tried icebreaker questions as an opener.
Rewritten your dating profiles and reworked your photos, posting better pictures each time.
None of this has worked.
On account of these occurrences, it isn’t a wonder you have sworn off dating apps multiple times, deleting them in the process.
Yet, you are constantly redownloading them not long after.
It’s like you are deliberately torturing yourself.
But you can’t help it.
When you redownload the dating apps, you believe that there was something you missed the last time that you intend to correct.
Unfortunately, that is a mindset that only puts you back into the same cycle of disappointment.
You get into conversations with dating prospects that go nowhere.
You ask women out on dates who ghost you.
It is a continuous nightmare that never seems to have an end.
I know where you are coming from.
It is tough going through these situations on dating apps, especially when you believe you have done everything in your power to make changes in the hopes of getting better results.
Take comfort in knowing that you aren’t the only one who has gone through this or is actively going through this.
There are people who get on dating apps and have incredible results, and others struggle.
You are in the struggling camp, but that doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you.
Dating apps don’t work for everyone, and they aren’t the sole means for meeting romantic prospects online.
Think about joining online groups that target your interests.
What interests do you have?
Sports, academics, art, etc.
Whatever you are passionate about, there are good odds that there are people who congregate around that interest online.
Join groups like this online.
This exposes you to people who think like you and have similar personality traits.
Instead of having to grapple with people on dating apps who don’t take you seriously, you would be around people of substance who connect with you on several levels.
You get to organically build rapport with these people through conversations online and meeting up with them to participate in similar interests.
Through this, you get to discern who you have romantic chemistry with down the line.
This is romantic chemistry that instigates dates.
Dates that lead to romantic relationships.