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This App Tells You How Hating The Same Thing is The New Romance

This App Tells You How Hating The Same Thing is The New Romance

Let’s be honest for a sec, today’s dating world is tricky.

Often, “what do you like to xxx” is the common question we ask when it boils down to the first few dates. I am sure you’ve heard your fair share of “what do you like to listen to?”

It’s somewhat laughable that it only seems to be a tradition for us to find partners to have similar interest. But what about things we hate in common? Can they be the matching key for us and our next partner-to-be?

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But that’s about to change thanks to Hater, the only app that matches people based on the things they hate.

How does this app works?

    Hater is a unique dating app that lets people find friends and dates based on what they hate. It’s available for download from Apps Store and Google Play Store. From Trump to slow walkers and everything in-between, Hater allows you to swipe to show what you hate or don’t.

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    Unlike Tinder or Coffee meet Bagels, Hater matches you based on what on what you hate instead of likes. However, it also uses a state-of-the-art algorithm to find your right matches based on your swipes much like the former. It simply matches two people when they both swipe right. This way, you can hate the “thing” together.

    What makes this app so amazing?

    You Can Swipe Basically Everything You Hate

      The app is teeming with dislikes – from paying more for guacamole to Trump and everything in between, including vaping, fedoras, slow walkers, saying “I love you,” Clippy the Paperclip, clothing, Kanye West, food, and so forth. The app allows you to swipe right on any item you hate.

      Find Your Right Matches That Hate The Same Thing

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        The nifty algorithm behind the app finds you the perfect matches based on your swipes. It’s that simple and straightforward.The app matches you with a date or friend when you both swipe right on something, say Trump. This way, you can meet and hate on whatever together.

        Forget about Tinder and Find Your Fellow “Haters” today

        After using a few times, I think this apps is more or less like Tinder but just working from another perspective. I find this handy to use and it’s fun to start off chat with someone who hates the same thing. “I am so glad that you hate xxx too!” has became my new pickup line. I guess this app also encourage people to start a conversation from a new perspective.

        Forget about Tinder and all the things you love. Hater is the “it thing” right now. You already hate slow walkers – why not find someone who shares your sentiment? That’s the allure of Hater, the first dating app that matches you based on stuff you hate.

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        Download Hater from the App Storefor free today, and take your dating to a whole new and ecstatic level!

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        Last Updated on March 31, 2020

        Procrastination Is a Matter of Emotion, Here’s How to Stop It

        Procrastination Is a Matter of Emotion, Here’s How to Stop It

        Procrastination is in a human’s biological makeup. Thanks to our limbic system, the neurological powerhouse that controls our emotions and memory, we are inclined to feel before we think. To avoid experiencing negative feelings, we keep away from tasks that may overwhelm or inconvenience us.

        Because we are inclined to seek and enjoy pleasure first, we tend to give in to things that make us happy instantly. It is so instant that we don’t see a point in neglecting ourselves. But it blinds us from viewing the consequences due to procrastination — more than 3 hours go missing every single day, and about 55 days — almost 2 months are lost every year.

        It All Comes down to Our Emotions

        The essential way to overcome procrastination is by regulating these emotions. When obligations are dreadful, they drag our feet to complete them. Most people tend to confuse work with emotional suffering because the task at hand may appear to be complicated or difficult; which can cause anxiety or despair.

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        The more complicated or challenging the work may be, the more challenge-averse we become. All of these negative feelings and reservations add up, making people avoid the tasks altogether to keep from experiencing suffering or negativity.

        Adjust the Task and Your Mood Will Change

        Difficult or complicated tasks tend to easily overwhelm people, causing them to lose interest in the project and faith in themselves. The key is to make these tasks more manageable.

        How do you do this? By breaking them up into smaller, digestible elements that will eventually add up to complete the big picture. This way, a lot of the strain is lifted, and you can find a little more enjoyment in your work.

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        Before breaking down the tasks, as a whole they appear to be time consuming and challenging.  Small, manageable parts you can take action on immediately.  The smaller the tasks, the easier you will find them to manage.  So it’s good to break down your tasks into elements that will only take you 45 minutes or less to complete.

        Keep the big picture in mind, but keep your workload light and only focus on one small task at a time. When you commit your attention to one element at a time, you are gradually making your way towards the larger goal.

        Since we are inclined to seek out things that bring us pleasure, small rewards can go a long way to help to satisfy our need for pleasure and positivity.  Rewards give you small goals to work towards, which will help to keep you motivated. Even if you aren’t able to physically reward yourself, still celebrate the progress you’ve made along the way.

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        Celebrate the completion of each small step to encourage morale. Keep up momentum throughout the entire project, and tiny celebrations will help you to do just that. Expecting to see results of the task at hand immediately is unrealistic. Accomplishments are measured by the differences you have made along the way, not the end result.

        Imagine holding an event at work.  You must find a venue, caterer, and entertainment.  You also need to come up with a theme, and decorate the venue and table settings.  This is a huge project.  Break it down into smaller parts.  For example, maybe focus on deciding on a theme first.  When you’ve completed that, give yourself a small break as a reward before moving on to the next part.  One thing at a time and reward yourself to stay motivated.  Then the big project will not overwhelm you.

        What if no matter how small the task is, it’s still dreadful?  No job is perfect. You will always at some point find yourself faced with tedious and uninteresting tasks that you must complete. Sometimes you just need to suck it up and push through.  To stay motivated, plan to complete positive tasks along with the negative ones.  This will regulate your emotions, and ensure that you don’t only do the things that you “feel like” doing.  Always remember to keep your eye on the big picture, which will give meaning to all of your tasks (even the tedious ones).

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        When you alter your attitude towards your obligations, it will make the tasks seem less tedious.  It takes a lot of practice and reinforcement, but eventually it will change your work ethic.  Refer to these tips to help you beat procrastination every time!

        Learn more tips about how to stop procrastinating: What Is Procrastination and How to Stop It (The Complete Guide)

        Featured photo credit: Kyle Glenn via unsplash.com

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