We live in a world that is ever evolving and using dating websites to develop relationships is becoming increasingly common.We encourage the idea that true love finds itself, and support anyone who prefers traditional methods of meeting people and dating.
It’s OK to be excited about receiving emails, but when this results in checking your email every hour of the day, no matter where you are or who you are with, you are bordering on an unhealthy obsession.
It’s time to put the phone away, shut down the computer and deactivate for a while.
Like any metropolis, the web has neighborhoods, some safer and some horrific.
Unlike any other metropolis, the web lacks a government, laws, or a police force.
But when does online dating cross over from being a proactive approach to meet new people to an unhealthy obsession?
Let’s take a look at five signs you may have an online dating addiction.Studies reveal that about 90% of Chat and MUD users form personal relationships; about one-third of these relationships result in a face-to-face meeting; and about a quarter of these relationships evolve into romantic involvements.Millions of people are "e-dating" in the hopes of finding that perfect someone.You sit down after work, write an email or two and maybe even perform a quick search.The next thing you know, two hours or more have passed by, and all your previous obligations are now on the backburner. Set aside an hour a day maximum for online dating, and then go back to living the life you should be living.However, the world is a very large place and the chance of encountering your soul mate in your day to day life is small, especially if you are busy or overly shy.