You might think you’re hiding that but you’re probably revealing red flags of desperation to fill the loneliness.
And millennials (ages 18 to 30 in this case) spend 20 hours a week on dating apps, according to dating service Badoo.com, with men spending an average of 85 minutes a day on dating apps, while women swipe left or right for an average of 79 minutes daily.
The dating industry is worth an estimated $3 billion and Americans spend an average of $1,596 a year on dates, including dating sites, bar and restaurant tabs, as well as grooming.
And the common mistake is that people get back out into dating too soon.
They might do this because they want to forget their ex or they’re feeling really lonely and it is so important not to date when you’re feeling lonely.
Have you ever had that situation when you’re out and about or you just go out for example with a group after work or just some people that you met, and when you’re hanging out with them you just kind of wish you were at home alone because either you’re not really on that level, or whatever they’re talking about doesn’t really interest you, or it feels superficial or maybe it feels like they just don’t really value you and you’re just not connecting?