Ready to give up on dating
"Until such a time that things are monogamous and serious, it would not be fair for either of you to make that request," she says."If you both believe that you are not giving the relationship a chance by not deleting them, then that seems like a fair and mutual decision." When you get to the point where it is no longer cool that you're getting 2 a.m."If you both want to continue dating each other after three months, then you should use the next three months to decide if you want to be monogamous." Go slow.
"A relationship built on natural progression and independent decisions is always more sustainable," Paiva says.Be calm."The second you decide you'd like to be committed to someone — or at least want the chance to be — delete the app," life coach Kali Rogers tells Bustle."It's not like you erase your profile information or have to pay to sign up again." If you are in a relationship with someone, let go of the online presence.Of course, the relationship may not last forever — but if you're going to give it an honest shot, set it up for success by deleting your profile and being sure that your partner has deleted theirs. Even the expression “falling in love” makes it sound like love is out of our hands—that it just happens to us.