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Whitney Wolfe, the founder and CEO of Bumble, has made matchmaking her business.
They started dating officially on Valentine’s Day, and a proposal came in June two years later.“In typical Michael fashion, I had no idea it was coming,” Whitney admits.But the most fascinating result of all was that men—not women—who used Tinder had the lowest levels of self-esteem.That may simply be because so many more men than women use Tinder, the researchers speculate.In the study, researchers asked a group of 1,300 mostly college kids to rate how they generally felt about themselves through questionnaires and self-reports.
Questions like Compared to people who weren’t on the dating app, Tinder users had lower levels of self-worth, reported being less satisfied with their faces and looks and were more ashamed of their bodies.
Here’s a little dating advice from the psychologist: consider why you’re there.