This behavior is obviously hurtful for a lot of reasons.
It can lead you to believe that your partner is lying about their life or cheating on you (or with you).
If you've never heard of the dating app Bumble, you've most likely heard of the concept behind it, at least: Download an app, make a profile, then swipe through photos of potential mates.
If you're interested, you swipe right — if you're not, swipe left.
O'Connell expertly brings courtship into the twenty-first century in this well-written tale that will please both romance and chick-lit fans.
In the age of Internet dating, Abby's database hardly seems like a work of fiction, and the characters have real-life desires and neuroses.
You experience your first kiss with them, first time sleeping over with them, and the first time saying "I love you." But if you find that you've been dating a while and you're missing out on the first time you've met their friends and family, you just may be "stashed." "Stashing" is a term coined by Metro UK, but it's something that you've probably experienced at least once in your dating life.
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It can also give you a complex that they're somehow embarrassed to be seen with you or that you don't matter enough to meet those close to them.
Meeting important people is crucial to any relationship's success.
Some tell-tale signs of being "stashed," according to Metro, are not meeting your partner's family or friends despite dating for a while, not appearing on any of their social media feeds, and your partner not mentioning you when discussing what their plans are on the phone.
The term gets its name from when someone pushes a mess into a corner to hide it and make it look like a clean room, according to Metro, because that's exactly what this person is doing to you — hiding you away to make it look like nothing is going on.
One downside is that Bumble only lets you pick from two gender options at the moment.