Despite what has been written, Tinder isn’t ruining dating.
In fact, If you have a Tinder profile, or use any dating apps currently, you’re increasing your chances of finding the right person but take a close look at your profile. The key to making the right match is in the profile.
Without getting too deep into psychology how you present yourself from the very first picture is a clear indication of how you feel about yourself. Dating apps are almost perfect self-reflections of who we think we are. For this reason many people find the same success or failure meeting people via apps as they do in real life.
How do you get into a relationship?
This is a question that I love to answer. Although some people believe it’s by luck or chance. It’s not. There are proven steps that will get you into a relationship with anyone you come in contact with.
Yes, there are always exceptions. Life is full of outliers but the truth is this: when you’re good at attraction, the odds get better, and your average goes up. Once you learn how to date and get really great at building strong connections the chances of you getting into a relationship increase exponentially.
As a dating coach I’m not romantic about dating.
There are more than enough hormones in the body to override any practical advice I could offer so I wouldn’t be doing my readers any justice by being overly idealistic about what dating is and can be.
That being said, dating is the ultimate value exchange where unfortunately we don’t set the currency rates, our culture does.
When it comes to your worth as a potential partner you aren’t judged on your merit but by your perceived value. For this reason it’s incredibly important to tell the story of who you are as accurately as possible.
Single men and women make the same common mistake in dating: they date the wrong people.
This isn’t by choice of course but the result of not knowing how to find the right ones.
The objective of dating isn’t to convince the wrong person of your value, it’s to find the right people capable of appreciating you. In order to know who you should be dating you must construct a clear image of the person that would accept you for you.