You've probably heard countless "rules" to follow when it comes to dating.
But I want to know: Which "normal" dating tactics are actually toxic?
Maybe you think playing hard to get — like, waiting a certain amount of time to text someone back JUST to seem busy — is simply playing mind games.
Or maybe you think looking for "the one" sets unrealistic expectations for the person you're on a date with.
Perhaps you find advice like "don't change yourself for anyone" problematic. Like, you think you SHOULD be your authentic self, but you should also be willing to do some self-reflection when you're dating.
Or perhaps you're completely over the idea that "dating is a numbers game" and think it should be more about forming good connections than just going on as many dates as possible.
Let's get real. In the comments below, tell us which common dating advice/dating tactics are actually toxic — and WHY — for a chance to be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post!