The cons of online dating
But is it really that bad for people to always have their technological devices within arm’s reach? You might be fighting the urge to stalk that ex, but knowing you’ve bookmarked their profile, stalking them becomes just a tap away.On one hand, being able to access information anywhere can come in handy when facing an emergency such as scenarios that call for first aid or figuring out how to stop a deadly virus from eating away at your hard drive. Are technological devices advancing the way we interact with each other or is it limiting our social capacity? And worst of all, when people know you’re always connected, they can disturb you for the dumbest of reasons, and there’s nothing you can do about it.
The bottom line is if you view online dating as a way to introduce yourself to people you may not meet otherwise, it will always come out as a benefit.
They know that you can conjure up movie schedules, restaurant reviews, directions and even instructional articles with lightning speed.
They might even ask you to be the one to help figure out certain settings on their phones, if you happen to have a similar model.
And it’s not just limited to that, you can even save entire conversations, all for the purpose of reliving the moments you talked to someone you like. The problem with being the one to preserve those memories is that you might end up being too busy to bask in the moment, simply because you’re tinkering with your phone’s settings just to get the perfect angle or the perfect shot.
Chances are, you might not even be in any of the photos.