Opinion about internet dating
Even when you’re the one who makes the move, your plans often fall apart before you even get to meet the guy in person.
If you do meet up, there’s a high chance of no chemistry.
You have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince, right?
But in the online dating world, there are SO many frogs.
The success of these apps proves that a lot of people have managed to find love with the swipe of a finger, but this is why I’m done trying to use them to find a worthwhile guy: They breed short attention spans. Any rapport you develop with someone entirely over a screen and some exchanged words isn’t reliable.
There are a million people out there to talk to, so why spend any time on just one? There are endless options, so why not just keep going and look for something better? They’re all too worried they’re missing out on someone better that they haven’t encountered yet. Nothing means anything until you meet face to face, and oftentimes you discover that the chemistry you had chatting online simply isn’t there when you finally go on a real date with the guy.
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I already have plenty of games on my phone, and I don’t need Tinder to be one of them.
The internet, cell phones and social media have become key actors in the lives of many American couples.
Technology is a source of support and communication as well as tension, and couples say it has both good and bad impacts on their relationships.
Amy Horton A former actress who has always loved the art of the written word, Amy is excited to be here sharing her stories!
She hopes that they resonate with you or at the very least make you chuckle a bit.
Eventually she grows cynical, stops reading every message, and her profile sprouts a disclaimer about how spelling and grammar are required.