Why internet dating is dangerous
A crush, an infatuation or attraction is possible, but LOVE is not. How can one fall in love by merely talking too much? Fake accounts, false promise, lies, wrong information are very easily given online and there is no way to authenticate them, thus trapping many online dates.
Hence, trust is essentially a matter of consideration for those looking for a date online.
There may be for a few days an intense feeling of connection and bonding, but this is short lived. The major reason being that we don’t know any background of the partner we found online. And hence, there is always a sense of suspicion, doubt and insecurity with an online partner. Loyalty Loyalty is an inevitable parameter of love.
In the long run, it is almost impossible that both the hearts are equally loyal and serious for each other. For partners, insecurity, jealousy and anxiety are signs that they actually care for each other and have a sense of possession for them. What makes a relationship a relationship is loyalty. We never have the option to go for a background check for a partner we meet online. Even if we have some mutual friends, they can’t really be trusted. To find a relationship on the internet, where two hearts, even though miles apart, are loyal to each other, devoted to each other and ready to live together forever for each other, and only for each other is not only difficult but almost unattainable.
Thus, making for another reason why dating online is a bad idea. Physical Appearance: Not Enough How can we judge someone we meet online? Just because a person looks good, decent and sophisticated does not really assure it.
So, it is always better to date someone you actually know. Desperacy Isn’t it a desperate way to look out for a partner?
Dating in this fashion may put you in serious danger—whether physical, emotional, or spiritual.
As the preceding article in this series discussed, Internet romances may blossom quickly, but they often wither when reality sets in.* Still, there is a greater cause for concern than mere disappointment.
However, we must recognize that other people often are not honest and that as the quotations at the outset of this article illustrate, the Internet seems to make certain kinds of dishonesty easier to practice and harder to detect.
A heartbroken person, who finds no mates in the real world is the most likely one to go looking for a date online, in an stranger, according to not one but a number of recent surveys.