Addicted to online dating
Online dating sites are like a shopping mall for love addicts.
With literally hundreds from which to choose, love addicts can window shop for potential partners for hours on end.
As soon as someone catches their eye, they can engage in a virtual chat session with just a few clicks of the mouse – if the other person is also online as well.
If they’re not, they can leave a message and connect at a later date.
Love addicts are often drawn to the Internet because it allows them to create a false persona. Melissa is a fairly quiet, shy woman in her late 30s.
It’s time to put the phone away, shut down the computer and deactivate for a while.
You sit down after work, write an email or two and maybe even perform a quick search.
Online dating hasn’t been taboo in at least a decade; in fact, it’s now a necessity if you’re looking for love. When you meet up with a new guy for a date, generally speaking, some amount of food or drinks (or both) will be involved.
It seems like everyone is on either Tinder, Bumble, Ok Cupid, Plenty of Fish, or e Harmony (or all of the above), including me. I’m cool with going dutch, but a lot of guys do insist on paying on the first date.