Australian radio producer Sami Lukis reveals two personalities to avoid in locked out dating
Single Radio Star Sami Lukis Reveals Two ‘Red Flag’ Dating App Personalities You Should Watch Out For During Lockdown
- Sami Lukis revealed the personality types she avoids when dating online
- Radio producer said you should watch out for time wasters and new dawn daters
- She said time losers are usually looking for cheap thrills – they rush things
- Meanwhile, the new dawn daters are those who have recently been released from a long-term relationship.
Radio producer Sami Lukis has revealed the two personality types she learned to avoid when dating online during the lockdown.
With more singles than ever looking for love on apps, the 51-year-old media personality said it was important to watch out for time wasters and “new dawn dates.”
She said she discovered that time losers are generally on the lookout for ‘cheap thrills’ meaning they are likely to rush things by pushing to meet immediately and ‘love to bomb’ – telling you whatever you want to hear.
Wollongong’s Wave FM 96.5 host said she also met the ‘new dawn date’, who ended their marriage or long-term relationship during the pandemic and is still adjusting to the “Emotional minefield” of modern encounters.
Radio producer Sami Lukis (pictured) revealed the two personality types she learned to avoid when dating online during the lockdown
Covid-19 has challenged and changed our idea of ââromance, with government-imposed social distancing measures, stay-at-home orders and other public health initiatives leading to a huge shift towards virtual dating and dating apps.
This change has increased not only the number of users, but also the time they spend looking for âthe right oneâ through screens.
Tinder reported that its users received 11% more scans and 42% more matches in 2020, making it the app’s busiest year yet.
While relationship therapist Rachel Voysey accepts that foreclosure dating isn’t necessarily a dumb idea, she advises you to exercise caution.
With more singles looking for love on apps than ever before, the 51-year-old media personality (pictured) said it was important to watch out for time wasters and “new dawn dates. “.
Mrs Voysey said 9 honey it’s important to remember that loneliness can cause your mind to make decisions that you don’t really want.
“This is called cognitive distortion,” she explained.
“You might see things that aren’t there or convince yourself that something is better than it really is.”
To avoid getting tangled up in a relationship that isn’t good for you, Ms. Voysey urges singles to watch out for red flags and back out if something is wrong with them.
And according to Ms Lukis, even those who manage to forge a true romantic relationship during the lockdown should always proceed with caution.
And according to Ms Lukis (pictured), even those who manage to forge a true romantic connection during the lockdown should still proceed with caution
She said it’s important to manage your expectations about what will come next once life returns to normal.
“When the blockages are lifted, the romance may not flourish,” she warned.
âYou’ve invested a lot of time, energy and emotion in someone you’ve never seen except on screen. The real test will come when you can meet in personâ¦ the chemistry just might not be there.