Lots of fish and dating

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But these cuffing season relationships don’t last forever.

“When the warm weather starts coming back, all of a sudden they want to be free and single again, so they may end it with you, or ‘bench’ you while looking for more options.” When fishing, "catch and release" means catching a big fish and throwing it back in the water, hoping that if you keep fishing, you will catch another bigger, better one.

That's why new relationship terms have taken on a life of their own. Lori Bizzoco, a relationship expert and the founder of Cupidspulse.com, says it’s millennials really the ones defining these new terms.

“With the onset of technology and social media when it comes to dating, it’s harder to be in a relationship, so [millennials] want to be able to define what that relationship is,” says BIzzoco.

It’s the same thing with bread crumbing — you’re not getting the full loaf, you’re being led on.” 'SUBMARINING' IS THE LATEST DATING WOE TO BAFFLE ROMANTICS Ghosting is considered one of the biggest dating trends as of late, with 78 percent of millennials admitting to being ghosted.

“Ghosting means you’ve been seeing someone, and then all of a sudden they disappear.

This time I wanted to see the Zombies in action and how long it took them to strike. Zombies should be at work so I thought it would take a while… Being “ok” will get lost in the busting-full-email-inbox of that hottie.

Tick-Tock This is what I saw: Zombies on Plenty of Fish be THIRSTY! They start to pile in: All 3 women get over 20 messages in just 6 hours on a Monday at noon… “They all love living life to the fullest.” Blah Blah Yeah right Mr. Creating a profile or sending messages that are just “ok” won’t cut it either.

So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.

What’s happening with a love-bomber is they’re reeling you in, they’re manipulating you, and all of a sudden, you’ve been love bombed …

You’re doing things you wouldn’t normally do,” she adds. “This is what happens when you’ve gone on several dates with someone, you’ve become really attracted to them, and while they continue to text or contact you, they’re not asking you out again,” says Bizzoco.

MICRO-CHEATING IS THE LATEST RELATIONSHIP WOE Love-bombing is like explosion of affections all at once.

“When you meet somebody and they have this instant chemistry or connection with you, it’s almost like they’re telling you it’s love at first sight," explains Bizzoco.

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