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Research from the University of North Texas suggests that dating apps could be affecting users’ self-esteem and body image.

It found Tinder users were less satisfied with their face and body, felt more shame about their body, and were more likely to compare their appearance to others, when compared with non-users.

But while this behaviour is unpleasant, you’re not alone.

One dating site reported 78% of people aged between 18-33 have been ghosted.

“You’re constantly rejecting somebody, or being rejected, with just a swipe on your phone.

You may have a great rapport over text messages, but when you meet them in person, you realise how false it has been.” Simpson says that many online daters also date multiple people at once.

We need to stay securely grounded in the fact that only we can gauge our own worth,” says Wagner.

“Having good and healthy relationships is also about ensuring the relationship we have with ourselves is first and foremost in order.” Lauren Simpson, 34, says online dating has made her less trusting.

While there are no official statistics, it’s believed that around 4.5 million Australians use online or app dating each year, according to Relationships Australia.

Dating app Tinder boasts 15% of the Australian population as users – making it the second-most preferred way to meet a new partner (the first being introduced by friends or family).

“Dating apps are an opportunity to connect with more people quickly, and from the convenience of our own environment,” says psychologist Natajsa Wagner.

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