The breakup was a bummer because you watched a brutally relatable couple find their relationship groove, only to part ways for seemingly no reason other than the conciliatory: Dev takes advantage of a dating app (which looks like Tinder and involves swiping and matching), and goes on a string of first dates.He uses the same exact line on every woman he matches with, and brings each date to the same exact wine bar.When you have dating apps, you can get away with going on a first date with a different person every night, and it can turn into a sport. Bonior refers to this coping mechanism as "mask and distract," because the motivation is Doing this doesn't just hurt you — it's also pretty unfair to the people you're dating."You don't want to be out there with no intent other than to get your ex off your mind," she says.
In fact, it’s common to constantly bounce around to different apps in search of the right one for you.
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This is the platform to use if you want to meet a lot of different people in a short period of time.
If your ex's friend group merged with yours, it can be complicated, she says.
"[Someone] might be worried that they don't have friends anymore now because of the breakup," she says.