"A relationship built on natural progression and independent decisions is always more sustainable," Paiva says.Be calm."The second you decide you'd like to be committed to someone — or at least want the chance to be — delete the app," life coach Kali Rogers tells Bustle.Deleting your profiles from these sites shouldn’t be a difficult time-consuming process, but some procedures are more complex than others.With some sites you can disable your account rather than deleting it, so you can reactivate it at a later date."It sometimes takes a while for a person to give up their profile on a dating site, as they also are removing all their messages, contacts and potential for one person," Van Hochman says.
"If you are committed, you will trust that they will delete when it feels right to them." But if you don't want to wait for them to bring it up, do it yourself — just don't rush or force things.
"[When] you truly believe it can be going somewhere, this is a fair time for each of you to ask the other to deactivate or delete their profile."But don't jump the gun.
"Until such a time that things are monogamous and serious, it would not be fair for either of you to make that request," she says.
Say you meet someone online, and you start seeing each other, and things are going really well.
My highest congratulations are with you — but the real question is, if you meet on a dating app, how long should you wait to delete your dating profile?