According To Uswhispers We're in the midst of a dating phase that has high risks. Now is the time of year when people search via dating apps to locate a mate for the next winter (at least in the northern hemisphere).
Winter coating is a fad that people are engaging in this year when they contact ex-partners in an effort to put on an old "coat" (reunite) for the holidays.
There are other trends as well. Cobwebbing, which originates from the dating app Bumble, is on the other side of the winter coating.
Cobwebbing is the process of clearing away the "cobwebs," or previous relationships, to make room for someone new. According to Dr. Caroline West, a relationship a\
"by aggressively 'cobwebbing' your environment of the past, you
Whether it be old pictures, phone numbers, or gifts, the whole goal is to get rid of the old and replace it with the new.
to begin creating empowering new memories and to let go of outdated, negative ones.
Dr. Caroline West, a sex and relationship specialist for Bumble, states: "Holding on to former relationships might hold you back when it comes to dating as you're not cognitively focused on the present." This could be true with phone numbers, texts, or even an old t-shirt.
You can move forward feeling more empowered, self-assured, and receptive to meeting new people by deliberately "cobwebbing" your environment from the past.