You've probably heard of "burnout" as a result of overworking, but did you realize you may also mentally drain yourself by dating? It's true: Burnout isn't limited to professional pursuits; it can be caused by anything that is extremely emotionally draining - including swiping right. There are signs that you're burned out on dating and may benefit from a break, and there's no shame in taking one (or several) – the issue is startlingly widespread.
is to take a break and then ease back in at your own speed. Taking a step back allows you to reflect on who you are, what you want, and how you want to seem on your next date. It's an opportunity to calm down and focus on your mental wellness. Knowing who you are and what you want makes it easier to date and find your next relationship.
Going for what you want is the easiest approach to prevent dating fatigue and feel more happy with your matches. Make a more deliberate decision about who you want to go out with, and send likes to those that pique your interest.
Instead of idly scrolling, waiting for messages, or sending the occasional "hello" or "how's your week going?" Use 15 to 20 minutes thoughtfully to proactively start talking to people of your liking.
Keep It Interesting
Make your dates more interesting. Do you have a favourite place for first date drinks? Experiment with a new bar or, better yet, a new pastime that is outside of your comfort zone. Adding diversity to your dating life can help make it more enjoyable and exciting.
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