Social Media Destroying Your Dating Life? Do This Instead!

Radhika Iyengar

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Social Media Destroying Your Dating Life? Do This Instead!

Your life is an open book. And not the juicy, page-turner kind, but more like a sad and lonely tale.

You know the feeling. You wanna keep things mysterious, but somehow you end up sharing every detail of your life on social media. 

Hoping against hope that it'll magically fix your dating life. But deep down, it just feels like a long shot, doesn't it?

Imagine having pictures of your partner on your feed, posting videos with them, and making memories with them. 

If you’re someone who wants social media to stop dictating your dating life, and want to experience a fulfilling relationship beyond the online world, read further.

In this blog we’ll talk to you about how social media is slowly destroying your life, and what you can do about it.

I am right, you’re wrong

Ever had a conversation that felt more like a battle? Where it’s like, “I’m right, you’re wrong, end of story”? 

Well, social media can sometimes feel like that. You post something and suddenly everyone’s got an opinion. 

But here’s the thing: dating isn’t about winning arguments. It’s about understanding each other, even when you disagree.

So instead of trying to prove that polgamy is right and monogamy is for losers on the internet or to your partner, next time try listening. Real, active listening. 

You might just learn something new about your date, and maybe even about yourself.

All time FOMO

Ever feel like you're missing out on something? Looking at all the cute bali vacation pics of your favorite couple on instagram is exhausting right?

Thanks to social media, FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) is at an all-time high. 

But here's the thing: those perfect Insta pics and Snapchat stories don't tell the whole story. 

Instead of comparing your love life to someone else's highlight reel, focus on what makes you happy in the moment. Trust me, you're not missing out on anything worth having.

Blame Game at its peak 

When things go south in your love life, it's easy to blame social media. But let's be real: the problem isn't Instagram or Twitter, it's how we use them.
Instead of pointing fingers, take responsibility for your actions. Own up to your mistakes, learn from them, and move forward. After all, playing the blame game won't get you any closer to finding love.

You snooze you lose 

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to get caught up in the endless scroll. But while you're busy liking photos and posting status updates, you could be missing out on real-life opportunities. 

So put down your phone, step outside your comfort zone, and seize the day. Because when it comes to love, you snooze, you really do lose.

Ghosting, slow fading, keeping them in the loop - and other bullshit norms

Let's face it: modern dating can be a field of mixed signals and disappearing acts. But instead of playing into these bullshit norms, let's break the cycle. 

Communicate openly and honestly with your partner, treat each other with respect, and don't be afraid to set boundaries. Because when it comes to love, there's no room for games.

Lastly, social media can only destroy your life as much as you let it. If you’ve read this further, you must have understood the real pain people experience when they associate social media with real life. 

While filters might take care of your online presence and how you look, what matters is who is ready to take care of you in real life. 

Take care of them, cherism them, and experience a real life connection with your partner. Don’t let social media ruin a meaningful relationship.

If you like what you read, make sure you read more on dating tips for men. 

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