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w=300&h=255 300w, https://captainawkwarddotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/john-cusack-boombox-58185.png? w=598&h=510 598w, https://captainawkwarddotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/john-cusack-boombox-58185.png? w=150&h=128 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" /I’m a serially-single female in my mid-20s who has only been in two relationships. We’ve already entered the hairy business of talking about our past failed relationships, our family, our habits etc.The first was when I was 20 and lasted seven months and the other was a on-and-off disaster that ended a few months ago. It’s only been five dates over three weeks, but to me it feels like I’ve known him much longer.Then when things don't work out, you pat yourself on the back for not deleting those dating apps.
Seeing that he was online hurt me and threw me a little." That's like saying, "Well, if I don't eat the rocky road ice cream, it's fine that it's still in my freezer!" I don’t know about you, but I don't have enough self-restraint not to eat the ice cream (though I'm more of a butter pecan gal myself) or check the dating apps if they're constantly pinging me every time I have a match.When you feel that happen, it's time to sit the other person down to see if they're in the same spot.Gaining this level of clarity with one another lets you both determine whether it's time to let your online dating identity die.