Do You Have “Tinder Burnout”?
In many ways, Tinder turns ordinary folks into addicts. Swiping is so fast and so easy, and it can feel like you are really accomplishing something when all you are really doing is keeping yourself from ever knowing another person beyond their face and figure. While the actual split is not known, all experts agree that successful communication is at least equal parts verbal and nonverbal. In other words, it is not just what we say that indicates whether we “click” with another person or not. It is also how we say it and what our body says to the other person while we are saying it.Tinder won’t ever give you nonverbal communication cues to let you know if another person really likes you or not. So you are always left wondering as you keep swiping and swiping…until at last you feel defeated enough to give up entirely. Maybe you even decide to “cut yourself off” from Tinder and delete the app itself, but deep inside you there is still that lingering voice that says, “but I really want to meet a special woman, even though I no longer believe that is going to happen to me in my life.” It can happen the moment you put down your phone, step out of your digital comfort zone and choose to meet a real, three-dimensional woman for an in person traditional date. You will get the verbal communication and the body language – and so will she. If you don’t click, you haven’t wasted any time in swiping or texting. If you do connect, you may never have to make another swipe again!
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