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Let me be clear, I have absolutely nothing at against those who love online dating.

Many of my friends are on various sites and apps right now and are having great experiences, and clearly 41 million people have found it at least worth the try.

But something about it just never quite clicked for me.

It took me awhile to admit that to myself and to other people, mostly because I thought it would be great if it could “work”.

I don't know what it's like to meet someone offline, and I feel that most of men I end up meeting on apps like Tinder, Bumble, and OKCupid are in a similar place to me in the sense that they don't know what they're truly looking for either.

There's something to be said about having date, and perhaps even love themselves in a healthier way — it's everything I've been telling my friends I wanted out of my dating life since I first hit "Get" on Tinder in the i Tunes app store two years ago.

But, when I was asked to participate in Bustle's App-less April challenge (in fact, multiple co-workers told me I absolutely to participate, as someone who in the past has been known to go on up to six first dates in a single week), I froze at the thought of deleting the apps despite my constant proclamations that I was going to do just that .

See, despite being someone who's never had trouble finding a date after about an hour or so of swiping on the dating app du jour, dating has always been extremely tough for me as someone who struggles with body dysmorphia and anxiety, and apps like Tinder have always provided a great safety net for me when I want to completely ignore that fact.A recent Lend EDU survey of 9,761 Millennial college students found that 44 percent of Tinder users are on there for “confidence-boosting procrastination." But the rush fades, as does the infatuation; when that inevitably happens and I'm left with what was usually just a shallow connection masked by hormones and excitement and Tinder notifications, pesky struggles like body dysmorphia and anxiety rear their heads. Struggles like body dysmorphia and anxiety won't be cured overnight, sure, but deleting apps that contribute to me being caught in those vicious cycles certainly won't hurt. As for whether or not my quest to become a well-adjusted member of the New York dating pool will end with triumph, however, I guess you'll have to tune into my updates here on Bustle to find out.And with this challenge keeping me accountable, there's even more at stake if I at any point feel tempted to redownload my dating apps before the month is over. There's a rush that comes with getting a new match on Tinder, or making a potentially romantic date on Ok Cupid with a promising new hottie; the validation you feel when someone you find interesting and attractive finds you interesting and attractive as well is addicting in a way I can't even describe.(My therapist would probably have an aneurysm if she read this right now.) And I'm not alone. I'll admit I almost turned down the opportunity to participate in App-less April due to this fear, but, eventually, I decided it was high time I actually carried out my promise to delete dating apps — and even higher time I confronted my habits in dating and cut out my unhealthy behaviors.But I’m now totally ok with that fact that it’s not for me.

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