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Wanting a relationship

Unread postby Nourty16 » 16 October 2020, 00:58

Hey everyone!

I kind of want to get into a relationship and I don’t really know how to go about getting in to one. I’ve been on Tinder and Grindr and Bumble etc. But where I live they aren’t very popular and the guys aren’t really after relationships. I’m a student at uni but I’m in my last year now and I really would like to have a few dates before real life kicks in - anyone know any site or anywhere useful to get dates and be able to meet up with guys who don’t just want to sleep with you for one night.
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Re: Wanting a relationship

Unread postby René » 16 October 2020, 02:05

Out of those apps, Tinder is probably the best one for this purpose. Have you tried broadening your search to a larger area? It's been a while since I used it, but I remember having to look up to about 50 km or 30 mi out to find some promising guys who were interested.
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Unread postby Eos » 16 October 2020, 06:23

It's always complicated when you're a student, where I live the town is full of students, and many are not looking for relationships as well. It gets time to find the one. The only thing you can do is working on your profile.
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Re: Wanting a relationship

Unread postby VanessaWal » 22 November 2020, 19:42

In fact, Tinder is a good app to get to know someone. I met a lot of interesting people there. This doesn't mean that you have to be a couple, maybe you just chat and have a great time. People for some reason believe that friendship between a woman and a man can not exist. So they expect from apps like Tinder to find the love of their life there. It seems to me that people should take a simpler approach to relationships and at this moment when you relax, you will meet the person you love. In addition, now there are many great sites that will help you figure out what you really want from the relationship.
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Re: Wanting a relationship

Unread postby CordsB » 25 November 2020, 13:27

Generally, finding a committed relationship requires patience and time. But dating sites/apps make the search a lot easier, as you'll come into contact with much more people than you would in real life. I recommend signing up to as many dating sites as possible and be consistently active on these platforms to increase your chances. Aside from Tinder and Grindr, here are some other LGBT+ dating sites you might be interested in: https://www.vivastreet.co.uk/blog/best- ... ting-apps/

Good luck x
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Re: Wanting a relationship

Unread postby themist » 25 November 2020, 21:43

All I can advise you is very careful with unknown people. I met a very bad person once. If you want a relationship I agree with above that patience and time is needed. :-)
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