Through emotions, we connect

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Summary: I HATE YOU! The counterpart of the expression we all hear every day in the world, I love you! but nevertheless both are parallels of each other and emotions can spin around surprisingly; given the cause that we connect with each other thanks to what we feel and the empathy processing it, is not odd that there will be many social media paths that offer a chance to meet people with certain similitudes to ourselves, or share interests and hobbies, a base that could establish a link between one and

I HATE YOU! The counterpart of the expression we all hear every day in the world, I love you! but nevertheless both are parallels of each other and emotions can spin around surprisingly; given the cause that we connect with each other thanks to what we feel and the empathy processing it, is not odd that there will be many social media paths that offer a chance to meet people with certain similitudes to ourselves, or share interests and hobbies, a base that could establish a link between one and other.

Tinder is one of the main services specifically designed for dating, a great difference if put in front of Facebook, Twitter, and even Instagram; all of them can work for the same purpose, but a better interface with a more adequate offer and with a cleared out goal for users is the best way to go when dating is involve.

A new dating app has been forged, it is called “Hater” – in order to find love, first know what she/he hates; people are given the opportunity to share freely those things they disgust and that way establish a bond leading to dating.

It is advertised as an alternative of the regular format, people expressing their own thoughts and critics’ regarding the theme of their choosing leaves a slightly more relaxed human being, open to get to know new people and encourage them to date if they find somebody picking on their interest.

Turn the negative into positive

Just launched closely to the official presidential take of the polemical character of Donald Trump, it can be seen as the perfect opportunity to have a say on the political events going on right now, let out all heat and parting from that point find someone or be found by somebody, that shares your own thoughts on the hot topic.

Through emotions, we connect

The app was just released last week at the 8th of February, aiming another excellent moment just as Valentine’s Day going on the 14th; the number of downloads since its launch were incredible, more than one thousand themes and topics were up in the application’s database as an offer to all users, but nevertheless that’s just a guide because user can add their ones as the application updates go.

The physical aspect of people captures the initial attention, but we all know that in order to achieve comfort we look out for more personal content and while chatting up, sharing stories, interest and simple critics about life that’s the easiest way to get to a certain degree of stability with an initial bond with somebody you don’t know. Hater takes the regularities of the dating app and social media of the industry and challenges with a different take on it.

Having an idea of what the other person hates is clearly something pivotal to avoid conflicts in a relationship, so what better way to use that as an advantage than making people bond through the hate element since day one? – If you want to give it a shot to date somebody knew, first take a chance in Hater, and share the most hateful things for you, this is a world of emotions.

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Jefferson Da
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