New Dating App – Helps You Understand Why Your Relationship Ended
A new dating app, WotWentWrong, launched on January 24 by Melbourne woman Audrey Melnik, might help shed some light.
People who thought the first date was awesome or saw no signs anything was wrong with the relationship can end up blaming themselves, causing lasting damage to someone’s self-esteem and future relationships, says the WotWentWrong press release.
Trying to get closure is tricky and one can, in the process, easily come accross as a ‘stalker’.
So WotWentWrong tries to help you understand why your relationship ended, and it does so in a socially acceptable way.
The website sends the dumped party’s request for insight to the “dumper” via email or text message. Pre-set categories addressing why the dumper mysteriously vanished makes answering easier.
Listed reasons include: “You text instead of calling”, “You are selfish” and “You don’t pay for dinner when we go out.” Dumpers happy to ad-lib a little can do so in a separate space in the feedback form.
All dumper feedback is meant to be balanced. So, the form has room for the dumper to describe the victim’s attractive traits. A kind dumper might, for instance, say: “You are positive.” “You are insightful.”
The dumper can also give constructive advice about how to be more charming, have better “dating Zen”, as the press release puts it, in future. For example, the dumper might highlight how the “dumpee” moved too quickly, appearing overeager.
If you want to improve your dating life, WotWentWrong can help you to find out the truth – so you don’t keep making the same mistakes.
Check out the short video >>>> WotWentWRongVideo