What makes passive-aggressive people difficult to deal with is the fact that they’re often so slick.In other words, sometimes it takes a minute, an hour, or even a day or two to figure out that his behavior is, in fact, passive-aggressive.They write: "Men see that they are matching with few people, and therefore become even less discerning: women, on the other hand, find that they match with most men, and therefore become even more discerning." In fact, several Tinder users told the researchers as much in a separate survey.As many as 80% of male users who admitted to "casually" liking most profiles said they swipe right on more than half of all the women they see — and that's because they so rarely match with anyone.
How to stop this behavior as soon as you identify it…
The goal is not to have him say, “You’re right” right away, so say your peace and then give him some time (a few hours, a day) to digest it.
Finally, conclude your talk by saying, “When I start feeling this way, it makes me feel less close to you.
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Over at The Washington Post, Jeff Guo highlights research that helps illustrate just how awful people — and dating them — can be.
A group of scientists at Queen Mary University of London, Sapienza University of Rome, and Royal Ottawa Health Care Group studied the behavior of Tinder users and found that women generally swipe right only for men they're seriously interested in, while men are less picky.