That's right, in addition to traditional dating awkwardness and incompatibility, the technology age has ushered in a whole lot of annoyances and turn-offs that our parents and other generations never had to deal with.
So what can you do? I 100 percent think you should call them out on it.
Whether you're single, in a long-term relationship, or just curious, there are so many apps out there to help.
When your hand is cramping from all the swiping and your brain feels like mush from decoding every breadcrumb dropped, it's time to admit that you need a break.
When you're deciding whether you're attracted to someone, dating apps can mean we often don't give it more than two seconds to decide. Hell, probably even shorter.
You're so lost in the dating rollercoaster that you don't even notice that you're burned out.
It's hard enough to know what game they're playing, but what's even harder is figuring out how to deal with it.
We know that we should be open about who we are as people and let those that we're dating either take it or leave it.
With a new dating app being announced on what feels like a daily basis, it's easy to think that everyone is swiping, chatting, and meeting through their phones these days.
If you have too many things going on — but you feel like you're not going anywhere — you could easily end up with dating burnout.