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Matchmaking: The Missing Piece in Your Dating Strategy

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People who are looking for a committed partner often have a love-hate relationship with dating apps. Even though these platforms can be time-consuming and frustrating, they often remain a necessary approach for so many of us. 

A lot of people are sick of swiping, which is leading to a rise in demand for face-to-face dating services. Burnt out not just on dating apps but the pretenses of social media and online personas in general. Singles looking for love today just want to make a real connection. Adding matchmaking into your dating approach may be exactly what you need to do just that. While matchmaking can be thought of as an old-school practice, it’s an ideal approach for those who are not finding what they’re looking for with traditional dating.

Feeling Burnt Out by Dating Apps is Normal 

First, it’s important to acknowledge that the dating fatigue caused by constant swiping and messaging is real. If you’re feeling burnt out from spending time on the apps and the often lackluster dates they’ve produced, you are far from alone. Dating apps and online dating platforms have become the new normal for modern singles, and like so many other aspects of our society, they hold an allure of instant gratification. You can swipe through profiles as quickly as you add items to your Instacart shopping order, picking and disregarding people based on your physical features checklist. Soon, your inbox fills up with plenty of matches who appear to meet your criteria. But once you actually start chatting, it can be difficult to find someone with whom you can connect over something—anything!—that actually matters.

Sometimes you may get lucky and meet someone who you’re physically attracted to and has similar interests, but they don’t have the same relationship goals or life values as you do. Thus, you end up having wasted your time and are nowhere closer to finding your forever partner. Repeating this process over and over with no success causes many people to experience dating burnout, or even feel like giving up altogether. In fact, over 80% of people in the Tawkify community have been on dating apps, but most feel disillusioned by their experiences, which is why they decided to try a new approach. After all, you can’t expect different results without changing your method. 

Choosing a Different Approach Can Increase Your Dating Success—and Expand Your Possibilities 

While dating apps and websites appear to match you with the people who check all of your boxes, they can also by limiting. Not everyone you’ll encounter on the apps is there to actually find love—a sizable percentage just wants to find hookups—plus many people misrepresent who they are or outright lie when it comes to key details about themselves and their lives. Not to mention, the impersonal nature of using an app makes it all too easy for people you’re chatting with to just ghost you with no explanation if they find someone they like better or decide that they really aren’t that interested. 

But it’s actually the checklist in your head, which you then transfer into the app to help it sort through your matches, that’s the most limiting. While it’s important to know what you’re looking for in a romantic partner, and while the impersonal nature of relying on an algorithm may seem easy and convenient in theory, it’s probably not the best way to find real love. Sometimes you have to throw out the checklist—or at least be more flexible with it—and put your trust into a different approach.

Besides, how many times have you heard someone say that they “would’ve never swiped right” on the person who they are now married to? It’s incredible what will happen when you let go of the type of person you think you “should” be with or give someone a chance who isn’t typically your so-called “type.” 

Adding Tawkify to Your Dating Strategy

Dating apps do have value: They help you practice dating. This allows you to build confidence and gives you the chance to determine the qualities that matter to you in a potential partner. You don’t have to give up entirely on dating apps to maximize your relationship potential. But what might be worth trying is adding in a matchmaking service like Tawkify to diversify your approach. 

There’s a misconception that if someone is using a matchmaking service then they are not on dating apps, as if these strategies are mutually exclusive. This is not the case. It is not uncommon for someone using a matchmaking service to take advantage of both methods. What is uncommon, however, are reports of people feeling burnt out from using a matchmaking service. 

Most people who meet potential partners through Tawkify say that they’ve been on more successful dates than ever because they’re connecting with people on a personal level. Rather than just being attracted solely by appearance, they are encouraged to get together in person for their first date. They’re also only meeting other singles who share their same relationship goals. They don’t have to suss out who is ready for a commitment and who is just looking for a fun time.  

The Bottom Line

In the end, you should make your relationship-finding approach work for you. If you’re feeling like your dating strategy could use a revamp, adding in a matchmaking service like Tawkify could give you a new perspective on finding love and allow you to connect with people who are on the same page as you commitment-wise. There’s no need to give up your apps or never send another online message. Allow your methods for finding love to work in tandem so you can be as successful as possible in meeting the right person for you. 

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