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HAVE you started dating someone who has lavished on the attention and then things have quickly soured?
Chances are you could have been a victim of “love bombing.” First we had ghosting and then benching, but this brutal new dating trend is yet another obstacle that singletons have to deal with this year - and could be the most manipulative tactic yet.
Though the ruse appears innocuous, dating experts said single people will pretend to own a dog on their profiles to appear more nurturing to potential dates.
“Sometimes women subconsciously equate things like how a man treats his dog is how he would treat a partner,” online dating coach Erika Ettin told the outlet.
The move sees victims become co-dependant on the predator, who is often a narcissist or sociopath.
Lonely hearts are deceiving love interests on dating apps by engaging in a practice known as “dogfishing” — when the person borrows someone else’s pooch for profile snaps, the Washington Post reported. We (Oath) and our partners need your consent to access your device, set cookies, and use your data, including your location, to understand your interests, provide relevant ads and measure their effectiveness.Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.Now there’s five more brutal dating trends to get your head around.Sharing tips to navigate these tricky new trends, dating expert Shannon Smith, of Plenty Of Fish, told Business Insider: "[They] can often be avoided by communicating clearly with someone we're dating, and being mindful of our tech manners." Forty seven per cent of singletons have been 'flexted', according to Plenty Of Fish. Cricketing is when people deliberately leave a text message on 'read' for longer than is necessary.
Dale wrote on Psychology Today: “If extravagant displays of affection continue indefinitely, if actions match words, and there is no devaluation phase, then it’s probably not love bombing.