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Women though seem to have much more concerns and are a bit more hesitant with this process.I have been asked many times what my thoughts are on it and with that here is my view on the good and bad of online dating.So with this new wave of convenience comes online dating.Many women as well as men are facing the decision of taking this new approach in searching for companionship.Eleven percent of Internet users have personally used an online dating site, but 59 percent agree that "online dating is a good way to meet people." That's a 15 point increase since a 2005 survey, so if you're online dating, you can rest assured that less than half of people are judging you for it now.Over half of daters reported that someone seriously misrepresented themselves in their profile.

Thus, much like any other way to date, meeting someone online has both benefits and drawbacks. As it turns out, a simple analysis of the pros and cons of online dating can help out a great deal.Meaningful dating can be done at a distance, even in other countries.Relating thru writing (emailing) is a quick and efficient way to learn a lot about a person and how they tick, with minimum initial commitment or investment face-to-face and is the heart of effective online dating.If a "surfer" is not witty or doesn't write well, online dating can be difficult.Prospects often circulate constantly thru a host of sites. This can make for cynical or dismissive prospects with little care for how their rejections or non-contact affects the feelings of others. Most humans are addicted to initial flirtations and the "drug" of being liked, appreciated and wanted. The connection is based on internalized and selfish feelings, often projections of what we are looking for, rather than what the other person is actually like.A "surfer" can immediately focus on people with similar interests, beliefs, age and other important criteria without having to spend time and money "going for coffee." Non-matching people can be sidestepped without ever needing to make contact.It's "partner shopping" in a global supermarket of humanity.Of course there are exceptions such as being hooked up by friends and family usually with someone who their punk asses wouldn’t date themselves : ). Well now we live in an age where convenience is king.Everything is being made easier and more accessible which includes finding a potential partner.This approach can morph people into the commodities of others' consumption. Individuals can be intensely "in love" one minute, and not at all later, simply based on appearance. This approach goes against almost everything our body, mind and the Net convinces us is real.Often, people are in love with "being in love" not with you at all. It's good advice to ask for many photographs, so if physical attractiveness is important to you, a balanced look at someone over time and in many contexts is achieved. Don't project an illusion of a person from one image. The most pain, hurt, brokenness and distress caused online by people attempting to find the divine within each other, is a misunderstanding about the voracity of emotional online connection, and an abandonment of what true love really is.