Let me spin you a tale about online dating: There was once this young girl who was down on her luck about dating. She decided to try online dating at one point, but even so, she failed to find that one person of her dreams. She soon discovered a website, though, called "Craigslist" and met a nice young man who she thought she fell in love with. This young fellow later came to be known as the "Craigslist killer" and that young girl who once sought for a companion over then internet hasn't been heard from since. The End.
You can find a potential partner on line, you can even share physical intimacies when you arrange to meet. But LOVE is a state of emotion that takes time and sharing of yourselves to develop. The sheer impersonal nature of mating on the Internet almost precludes the possibility of genuine, sustainable love - BY DEFINITION.
No one is Perfect but we search perfection and when looks that any image of perfaction in opposite either man or woman feel sympathic or love. On line not be possible as looks what facts will different.
Sure you can find love online. People take risk in all areas when out seeking a companion. Bars, clubs, church , schools, Starbucks LoL! You name it! I like to meet people online even if they're in other States/Countries. Sometime we talk on the phone just share life experiences, ideas, or what ever floats the boat so to speak ;^}
I didn't believe that finding love online was real. However, there came a time in my life when I found myself single without a lot of opportunities to meet people my own age. I decided to sign up on a few dating sites that catered to my religion, just to try it and maybe make some friends. Like with most online dating experiences, I met desperate people and a few creeps that were twice my age and wanted to start a relationship. Ewww. I had about given up when I received a message from an intriguing man. I read through his profile and was amazed at how much we had in common. And the fact that he was easy on the eyes, seemed normal, and was close to my age, didn't hurt any. We messaged back and forth and texted for a bit before we met in person. After one date, he was every bit as real as he had presented himself online and we connected physically and emotionally. Our journey started in January and now it is almost June, and everyday I fall more in love with him. Finding love online was something I highly doubted, but I believe now that sometimes, if you are lucky, you can meet that special someone through the Web.