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Some dating experts, including Oxford University researcher Bernie Hogan, believe Tinder is an extension of our mobile world. “One can access it anytime.” But researcher Jessica Maxwell is wary about the level of convenience Tinder offers.
She studies the psychology of relationships at the University of Toronto.
“There’s a term called ‘relationship shopping’ where you scroll through mates like you scroll through clothes on a website,” says Maxwell.
“Having so many available attractive alternatives might lead people to have inflated standards and make them less committed to any relationship they’re thinking of starting.” I’m not sure if I became pickier, but I did go from feeling overwhelmed to quickly forgetting about the last person I’d chatted with.
I once read a quote from Andy Warhol that we should all learn from: "People should fall in love with their eyes closed."Whenever I go to the restaurant, I see a lot of couples texting instead of talking to each other and it goes like this for like an hour.
We often take people for granted and we shouldn't because we never know when it will be the last time we'll see them.
But constantly having so many options didn’t exactly make dating easier.When the novelty of Tinder wore off, my account became a game for my friends in relationships.One night while they laughed at photos of bare-chested men posing in front of a mirror, a friend admitted that she’d downloaded Tinder.They don't want to miss out an adventure because they spent their time with you, so instead they'll ask you to do something if their plans got canceled. For most Montrealers, it's often taboo to talk about your relationship status because we have a phobia of commitment.
We want a "label-free" relationship, so that way we can act like we're a couple but at the same time, be free to do whatever we want without "technically" cheating on the other person.The lack of a lengthy online bio facilitates natural conversations– you don’t have to craft messages about puppies, dreamy first dates or supposed shared interests.