It's not easy to spot when or how it happens, but at some point you can go from being the victim to learning some pretty bad habits yourself.
You start reading the news or checking your personal email, and the next thing you know you're down a distraction hole looking at the Instagram of your kindergarten boyfriend.
You loose any hope of momentum when you're constantly starting from scratch over and over again. There has to be a better way.
I don't like how they make us look or treat people — and I certainly found they made me behave in a worse way than I ever would in person. But I live in a big city and it's hard …
That's right, I know you've heard about a plague of random hookups and millennials with too many options and relationship ADHD, but recent research shows that might just be a myth.
Even though using dating apps has become a ubiquitous part of the modern dating landscape, there's no denying that they can become exhausting.
It's crucial to try to stay positive and sure of yourself, and it's so helpful in the dating game.
When it comes to the reasons why people use Tinder and other dating apps, it's really easy to write it off as they're looking for casual sex, but that's not really the case.
When cell phones first became a thing, text messages would lay dormant for hours. Now, that’s all changed. And here’s why it’s messing with us.
Using dating apps for casual sex may happen — and that's totally cool if that's what you're looking for — but it's certainly not the only thing people are doing on apps.