Most people who use online dating sites fear being rejected in actual life.
These sites are a safe haven for persons who fear rejection, and if any occurs, it does not hurt as much as an actual rejection.
This gives them enough time to compose themselves and pick the right words to say to them.
Imagine someone asking you why you like them and what your intentions for them are; a few minutes after meeting.
Sites like Facebook have been used for dating; which may be insecure.
People get conned-of money and expensive gadgets which are emotionally and physically draining.
Social life is slowly drifting away; people no longer value their time with friends and loved ones.
The most common excuse is that of chasing their career.Meeting people online and at a personal level are two different situations with different experiences.Some would say one is great over the other, while some preach against it.However, you can use an additional Facebook account, or you can change the privacy setting on Facebook related to Tinder app and keep it to "Only Me"."i have met a lovely lady and, we are living together only after 17 days ..thxs" - cheeky1always "I joined this site out of curiosity.Getting someone who would make a perfect match in a suburb area is like looking for a needle in the haystack; quite tiring.