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We get picky and turn down potentials we would have been attracted to in person, and then we start scrutinizing staged photos and re-reading 300-word bios that are bound to leave out more than a few pieces of key information. Eventually, you’ll either find someone or run out of people to swipe through.Once / if (delete as appropriate) you’re lucky enough to find a match, then you have to overcome the dreaded first date.Honestly what you described is the same way for guys as well.So much competition especially the more attractive the person is.Most importantly, and this is a personal pet peeve of mine, if you don’t have a dog then don’t post pictures of you with puppies.Yes, pooches make you more appealing, but only until you’re forced to explain you just take pictures with other people’s pets.
I've tried multiple platforms such as: Match, e Harmony, OKC, POF, Bumble, Tinder, and a bar once in a while. Most of the guys I meet start off by being really nice and sweet and then one of two things happen: 1.) The conversation goes stale. For example: I started seeing a guy I met on Bumble. We went on a date 4 days after we started our conversation. I thanked him for his honesty and told him I was no longer interested.No joke the only solution is to work on yourself to the point where you have enough confidence and self respect where you genuinely don't care if someone loses interest.Don't get too invested until you can see becoming exclusive with the guy.I, too, seem to always be the one on the short end of the "better match" stick...meaning it's never me, I'm the one initially kicked to the curb.But then they always seem to circle back around when the "better match" doesn't pan out but then I am hardened and uninterested by that point because I resent being anyone's "consolation prize." It blows. One or both of you just might not be interested enough.