Disadvantages of on line dating
But the bigger problem is that no profile can transmit the full essence of a human being.
And the average online dater spends 12 hours a week at the endeavor.
“It really feels like a full-time job sometimes,” says Frances Correa, a 24-year-old reporter, who lives in Northwest Washington and stopped online dating after four years.
Millions of people are "e-dating" in the hopes of finding that perfect someone.
Online dating services such as and [email protected] thriving as men and women post ads and photos of themselves in search of the perfect mate. Ellen) says online dating is an advantage for people who are uncomfortable about meeting people in public places, or who are new to an area.
Similarly, the report says, “people become cognitively overwhelmed” as they scan dozens of profiles.
“You end up a bit less satisfied with the thing you choose — like your chocolate or romantic partner.
” But the process doesn’t necessarily help form strong relationships.
Browsing through profile after profile “can result in the objectification of potential partners,” the study says.
For example, you might consider a dating service for people who share the same religious faith, like Big Church.com, Christian or JDate.com; if you're a sports enthusiast, you might check out While e-dating is a dream come true for some, The Rules Girls warn that an e-courtship has more dating hazards than ever — and they're not what you think!