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29 Aug

Earlier this week, tennis player Serena Williams declared that she’s swearing off dating for the next decade. You read that right: ten whole years without dating.) She told Celebuzz, “I have given up on dating.

I do make mistakes — like every human does — but the last relationship just was too much of a heartbreak for me.

I lowkey really hate any kind of messaging, whether it’s texting or chatting on whatever app.” – Quyen, early twenties. Which gets repetitive, and then gets boring.” – Matt, late twenties.

“I’ll just delete my dating apps temporarily to take a break from online dating in general.

I usually delete Tinder because I get no messages or matches.

And I really have no time for mindless small talk and flaky people.

At this point, they’ve gotten so used to sh*t falling apart, that the only thing that keeps them going is the small hope that someone will surprise them.

It can be hard to have faith in the dating process sometimes because it can be daunting. But here’s the thing, though: as trying and tiring as it can be, there are perfectly good reasons to give up on dating. And even if Date Number One doesn’t lead to Date Number Two, Three, or Long-Term Relationship, you would have had an interesting experience to add to your dating diaries.

Yeah, if you give up on dating, you can kiss those things good-bye.

You know that spark you feel when you arrive at your first date destination and you can just picture yourself having a good time? You’ll get a high from it, and if it’s good enough, it’ll last several days.

Many millennials turn to dating apps for “situation-ships” but since the Plenty of Fish (POF) app was advertised to be for more than a hook-up, I looked forward to what was coming my way.

But after three go-rounds on POF and a stint or two on Tinder and Soul Swipe, I’m back at square one.