Cyberdating is definitely a cheaper and more convenient alternative to
meeting people. It saves you the cost of using a real-life dating service, it
takes less time to find people to "chat" with, and it provides instant
gratification. In addition, it's a great service to those who are too shy to
strike up a conversation face-to-face with a stranger; it allows more exposure
for those who live in small isolated towns; and it's perfect for those who can't
easily get out due to physical limitations, illnesses, or other conditions. Geography
and demographics suddenly melt away with taps on the keyboard. And, let's face
it, we all know that time stands still out in cyberspace when you have the
ability to connect 24-7 ( meaning all the time) in the comfort of your
home -- despite lousy weather, having "nothing" to wear," or
having a plain old bad hair day!
With the increased popularity of using computers to find dates,
there's lot of questions about this method of looking for, or finding, love.
Some of the most common ones are listed here:
" Can you find true love on the web?'
"I've been chatting with a great person online for some time now.
We want to meet, but I'm afraid that it won't work out. Should we take a chance
and ruin a good online relationship?"
"Can you really trust what someone is like from talking to them in
a chat room?"