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06 November

Breadcrumbing – What Is It? And how Do You Know You’ve Been a Victim of Someone Doing It to You?

Breadcrumbing is a modern dating trend and if you aren’t sure what it is, you aren’t alone.

Breadcrumbing occurs when someone has no intention of taking a relationship further, but they signal that they are because they like attention. They’re essentially dropping metaphorical “breadcrumbs” to their suitor, but they fully intend to stay single.

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