Instead, take a step back and see how it all pans out.
Obsession with titles/commitment It’s OK to have the conversation about where things stand to be sure you’re both on the same page.
It’s also normal to be excited and want to tell everyone about your new relationship.
But just like the obsessive calling/texting thing, asking your new boo everyday what you are or when he/she is going to commit is a little much.
My experience of Tinder is one of perpetual shittiness - repeated by Bumble, Happn and all other assorted digital dating solutions that I have slapped a profile on.If you're eating a cookie, close your eyes and really think about how it tastes, the texture, the way it feels against your tongue.Do this enough, even with the little things, and eventually your mind will become more adept at staying in the moment…even on a date.—sometimes we need a reality check. D, a neuroscientist and the director of research at the University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness, warns that "positive frames and reframes can be temporarily helpful," but they have the potential, if we're not careful, to blind us to reality.So when something happens that seems like it could be bad it’s easy to assume and fly off the handle.But jumping to conclusions and confronting the person just increases the chance that everything will blow up in your face.