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"It sometimes takes a while for a person to give up their profile on a dating site, as they also are removing all their messages, contacts and potential for one person," Van Hochman says.
"Perhaps hiding a profile is a bit devious — but if it seems that if you know the relationship is a solid one, you’d not think twice about removing it." In other words, no one should be tiptoeing around the situation.
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"This number is based on the theory that you’re both playing the field and you want a serious, committed relationship." Once three months have passed, you'll be able to figure out whether you really want to get serious about someone or not."You need three months of dating this person to even decide if you want to continue dating them," she adds.
"hey" messages from randos on the internet, delete your profile — and ask your new partner to do the same."If things are just fun and games between the two of you, and you know that there's no lasting connection, then there is really no need to remove your profile," relationship coach and psychic medium Cindi Sansone-Braff, author of , tells Bustle.
There's no reason to press fast-forward, especially if you're really into this person."If it seems like a long time, it’s because this is what people who are serious about finding 'the one' do: They take the relationships seriously and don’t jump into something that starts fast, and ends on a crash and burn note." Slow and steady wins the race here. "When you mutually decide to be exclusive with each other, sit down together and delete both your profiles at the same time." You'll take the step together — and you'll know absolutely that your partner has deleted their profile, and they will know the same.
Plus, it'll feel more momentous if you do it together."Only after there’s been a conversation about exclusivity," relationship coach and therapist Anita Chlipala tells Bustle.
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