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Dr Jessica Strübel, one of the study’s author, said: “We found that being actively involved with Tinder, regardless of the user’s gender, was associated with body dissatisfaction, body shame, body monitoring, internalization of societal expectations of beauty, comparing oneself physically to others, and reliance on media for information on appearance and attractiveness.” lower self-esteem in men and body dissatisfaction in both sexes.

It could be that people with lower self-esteem feel more drawn to these apps.

Tinder is a dating app with 50 million users where you swipe left or right to like or reject matches.

Self-esteem doesn’t come from blowing kisses to your reflection in the mirror or repeating “I love myself” over and over.I would go every day trying to figure out how to make myself look more available and approachable to the opposite sex. I had just finished talking to a guy who looked good on paper (and in person, might I add). Benjamin was very sweet, intelligent, tall, handsome, very muscular, but a bencher nonetheless.I needed someone to caress my self-esteem and nurture my confidence. I said to myself, “This time will be different,” and I let him know my intentions upfront.Questions like Compared to people who weren’t on the dating app, Tinder users had lower levels of self-worth, reported being less satisfied with their faces and looks and were more ashamed of their bodies.They were also more likely to think of themselves as sexual objects, to internalize societal ideals about beauty, to compare their appearances to others and to constantly monitor how they looked, the researchers found. “If they used Tinder, they reported more negative scores on all of our measures,” says Trent Petrie, co-author of the paper and professor in the psychology department at the University of North Texas.“We thought that was pretty interesting, given the fact that gender usually plays a role in how women and men respond to these types of questionnaires.” Women, it turns out, usually feel the worst about themselves.But the most fascinating result of all was that men—not women—who used Tinder had the lowest levels of self-esteem.That may simply be because so many more men than women use Tinder, the researchers speculate.Past research has shown that women are more discerning with their swipes than men, who swipe right more liberally.From my personal experiences, and my years spent writing about relationships, I’ve learned that poor self-esteem is the number one cause of unhealthy relationships, as well as the top relationship killer.Self-esteem isn’t an essential need like food or water, but it’s a supplement that can either dramatically improve your life, or keep you stunted and unfulfilled.