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We might be setting ourselves on a dangerous course of thinking that, because there is an “Uber-for-dates,” you don’t even need to learn actual social skills.But on an optimistic note, let’s hope this helps clueless Tinderers get a clue and maybe even inspires them to go flirt in the real world.It’s hard, and not everyone has an eye for aesthetics or knows how to market themselves to potential romantic interests.Your Tinder profile is all you have on your quest for love (or sex), so it has to serve you well.“No guile, no game, no girl,” said the fictional dating coach Hitch, played by Will Smith in the movie of the same name, to his newest customer.
And no, not all of Tinder Us’s customers are men, and this applies to women, too.
Pimps are good at one thing, controlling women through manipulation. You need to wake up and smell the coffee -- if you were special to him, he would be around. Unfortunately with this man being a pimp and bringing in women from off the street and into your lives, there is going to be trouble and drama. We should have standards for the people we have in our life that are high and not compromise for the sake of something like an emotion, which is all love is. When you say he is like a drug, you might be right. You may have an addictive personality and he is indeed like a drug for you that causes you to make poor decisions. We should have personal boundaries for our own physical and emotional protection.
Now you are 9 months pregnant and this baby is coming into the world probably without its dad around, things need to change, everyone needs to grow up and get real for this situation to work and for you all to be happy again. Lies will never get anyone anywhere, and why risk it when this man was the love of your life? I mean, who really dreams of being with a bona fide pimp? But with a child involved, you need to get a grip on that and stop this destructive pattern. We should have standards for the people we have in our life that are high and not compromise for the sake of something like an emotion, which is all love is. When you say he is like a drug, you might be right. You may have an addictive personality and he is indeed like a drug for you that causes you to make poor decisions.
What I’m getting at here is the erosion of social skills, the increasing perception that “romantic” matches (read: people to hook up with) are to be served up in an app, and if you can pimp out your profile to get even more of them, then all is fair in love and war.
Never mind that when you meet them, you look a lot more unwashed than what your pictures promised and you have zero interest in asking questions or saying anything of substance — probably because you’re on your phone, swiping.
Lord knows how many wonderful dudes out there blow their chances simply because they’ve somehow picked their worst picture ever and didn’t know how to open a chat with a pickup line that strikes the perfect balance between “Hey” and “So do you wanna have children?