They had reached Curious to find out if anyone else had hit a wall in their online search for love, I polled a selection of singles who were actively dating and learned that all of them had deleted their dating apps recently, and most commonly, have deleted and reactivated their apps over and over again.The reason for deleting their dating apps all seemed to boil down to either time consuming, frustrating, or boring. I’ve downloaded and deleted that app maybe six times in the last 12 months.
Millennials (of both sexes) were 36 percent more likely to suffer burn out than other generations.A friend who's had a ton of dating success, both online and otherwise, recently sent me a flurry of despairing texts. "It's always the same thing with the same guys and I'm sick of it." I told her the solution to her dating burnout was obvious: She needed to take a break.Sometimes that's the only way to turn things around!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.It’s frustrating to use a dating app because you might have a conversation with someone and be interested in him or her–and then nothing ever happens.