Yeah, the dating app itself might have been upgraded, adding in a few more features like a “Super Like” (self explanatory) and a “Rewind” option (because sometimes our thumbs think quicker than our brains) for budding lovers and daters in the digital world of romance, but is it really effective? A quick search could show you a handful of Tinder success stories that will make you believe in love and tales of people getting married after meeting on Tinder. You’d have to tell people in the future that you picked your spouse from a sushi belt of girls and guys — how romantic is that?(Answer: no) But scepticism aside, while Tinder might work for some people, it might not be for everyone.Maybe people do not see themselves as how they really are? but I feel I met the right one because I got very good at asking the RIGHT questions, doing criminal background checks and checking public records to make sure all their shyte they told me jived. Yes, some people could get very depressed due to a number of reasons,lots of rejectionsthe bull-crap of liarsthe fakeness I guess the list could go on. If you are finding yourself "depressed" then sign off, get outside, and go DO something. I think there are peeks and valleys threw every aspect of life....depression is a bad habbit.......a bad habbit of setting self in chit pile and forgetting you get to command your choices threw perceptions.....choosing to open the door and lay down your self to poke around is painful but nothing more rewarding then when you get to the point where is really dosen't matter cuz you just so happy to be happy..by yourself...or maybe they outright try to decieve other hoping whoever they meet will overlook the major problems they tried to cover when they meet them and see how nice they are.Either way... Personally, I refuse to get "depressed" over any of this. and when you get happy about self you become attractive to others cuz happy is refreshing.I first created an OKCupid account in 2011, and for nearly five years, online dating and I had a tumultuous, on-and-off relationship.
There was just no sense of progress being on Tinder.So the person you’re dating has admitted they have depression. You really don’t need to change how you treat them or dramatically alter your behaviour.Or you walked in on them crying because they’d forgotten to buy cereal, and you’re starting to wonder if something’s wrong. There are just a few things you should probably know. We’ll say we’re fine when we actually feel like we’ve just climbed out of a deep, dark hole in the ground.Hopeful and excited, he frequently logged on the app whenever he could to swipe around, reading other people’s bios intently and going through their photos before deciding if he was going left or right.He’d look forward to waking up the next day with a list of matches and deliberate a little before initiating conversation, mostly asking about their music tastes.