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'Broadcasting your political views on your social media channels can successfully eliminate any potential suitors with opposing views from making an approach before you have even met, meaning that you may never meet the man/woman of your dreams, all due to one off the cuff remark,' he suggests.He explains: 'Of course, as empathetic human beings, we care if something bad is happening to you.
'Basically, it’s hard to find a partner when you reek of desperation.' She said: 'Before the explosion of internet dating and social media, you had just a handful of potential partners. 'You get chatting to a guy online, you’re thinking of taking things to the next level and meeting up.
You either ended up dating a friend of a friend, a coworker, or someone you bumped into at the coffee shop. He seems great and all, but with so many other profiles out there how can you commit?
'Would you want to be in a relationship with someone who cares more about the selfie lighting situation on a date, than the date itself, I doubt it? Jack Knowles, founder of dating app Temptr, says that many single people that he encounters seem to carry a typical ‘woe is me attitude’ when it comes to explaining to friends and family members the reason behind why they haven’t yet found ‘the one’ to settle down with, especially once they have reached a certain age.
'Sadly, this method of feeling sorry for oneself can very much exacerbate a situation and gives potential suitors a reason to stay away,' he said.
There are scores of other guys just a few taps away, maths tell us one of them is almost certainly a better fit for you.