"If you both want to continue dating each other after three months, then you should use the next three months to decide if you want to be monogamous." Go slow.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.
These apps can be deleted and downloaded again and again whenever you'd like," she says.
"Go ahead and delete the app to show maturity, commitment, and to focus on the possibility of a new beginning.
Interestingly, some had exact parameters as to how long you should wait, while others were more laid-back about it, but pretty much all of them agreed that you should wait at least as long as it takes to become mutually exclusive.
In other words, don't hightail it home after a few good dates with someone and delete your Tinder or Ok Cupid profiles forever, because you just might wish you'd waited a bit longer.
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