NEW YORK TIMES - Ten years after the launch of Tinder, some long-term online daters say endless swiping has left them with a bad case of burnout. People in the throes of burnout tend to feel depleted and cynical. For some, the only real option is to quit the dating apps cold turkey; for others, it is about finding smaller ways to set boundaries. "People just get overwhelmed with the whole dating process," said Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist and chief science adviser to Match.com. Not everyone. The 2020 Pew survey found that 12% of Americans have married or been in a committed relationship with someone they met online, while 57% of those who said they'd tried a dating app said their experience was somewhat, if not very, positive. There are strategies users can try to feel less burned out, one of which may be to simply slow down and talk to fewer matches at once. Bumble encourages users to "browse mindfully" and "stay balanced". "People binge, and that is what exhausts them," Dr. Fisher said.