Ghosting is super popular on the apps, and it sometimes happens for no reason other than just ending the conversation on an unanswered question. The whole process was starting to get really annoying. They click right away, fall happily in love and that's wonderful.
I want my love story to be an epic Ted Mosby-esque adventure. Tinder first came out, I of course, downloaded it and used it.trust issues, feelings of rejections, abandonment, etc. “I thought I’d share that I like you and I want to know is that feeling mutual? If she hesitates or seems a bit off say, “no pressure if you’re not.Either way it goes, I think you’re a really great person”.The problem with dating apps is there will always be another person on your phone who you prefer or whatever, but we have to give the people around us a chance. There are literally so many people in front of us: friends, friends of friends, co-workers, too many to name.Get off the phone, start swiping right in the present.Have your love story be an amazing one, or your single adventure. Go out there and mingle by using words that come from your mouth, not your thumbs. If you think she’s “leading” you on, that’s your perspective!Change your perspective a bit, come from a place of being empowered and loved (not entitled and privileged) instead of feeling victimized.Compared to others, I did fairly well in the matching department.But it was the same process: swipe left, swipe right and ask friends what they thought.