It's easy to be a human yo-yo when it comes to dating: One week, you're all in, and the next, you're footloose and fancy free, totally "off" dating, only to start the whole process again the following week. But there are some signs that point to the possibility that it may be time to stop dating altogether. It may come as a surprise, but people do meet other people out in the real world, nary a dating app in sight. It does happen, and I'm here to say that you might want to give dating a break if you're, say, experiencing dating burnout. Or rolling your eyes at the idea of going on dates.
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This year, something revolutionary happened to my love life: I moved to New York. You would think that making a move to one of the most popular cities in North America for young people would open up my options enormously. Of course, everyone opts for this at some point. Some need a break from the merry-go-round of tinder meet-ups. I chose to take some time off to deal with my emotions surrounding a relationship that had recently ended, rather than continuing to avoid it with a string of rebounds. Are these healthy dating strategies?
When I first turned 30, I knew I was entering a decade of high expectations. I told them I had no particular standards and just desired someone who would make me happy and who I would make happy in return. For me, it all came down to compatibility. Dating started off as a hopeful adventure than began to deteriorate the more I pursed it, which eventually caused me to stop.
What if you stop texting him and see what happens? This is a great strategy to find out if a man is genuinely interested or just likes texting. I bet this has happened to you. Anticipation builds.