” is by far the most oft-asked question amongst girls in the dating world. Every couple who gets divorced once loved each other very much, they just couldn’t make it work.They discuss with their girlfriends, they read articles about what “signs” to look for, they analyze every interaction, every text, every facial expression, all in the hopes of finding that elusive answer. I could go on and on with these sappy, idealized, unrealistic portrayals of love we’ve been fed all our lives. When a man starts to withdraw or act distant, a lot of women reflexively panic and try to do whatever they can to reel him back in.
We need the company of others and we all dream of finding that perfect soul mate, someone to be with us through thick and thin, one who shares our hopes and passions.Today, we meet people in the virtual world first, on social networks and dating sites. The stuff that makes the world go ’round, leaves us swooning, and creates that feeling of walking on air with butterflies in our bellies, barely able to catch our breath.Also the stuff that makes us want to pull our hair out, scream at the top of our lungs, and declare all-out emotional warfare.Love, despite its ups, downs, and unpredictability, is something we’re all after.
Young, old, male, female, gay, straight…when we are asked about our greatest hope or goal in life, our response usually centers around obtaining a stable and loving relationship with a romantic partner.
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Firstly, we really have no way of knowing whether the person on the other end is telling the truth. Also, there’s a lot to be said for getting to know someone online before meeting in person.
After all, it may be the physical appearance that initially draws us to a person, but it’s their personality that makes us stick around.
We interact with people from other cities or even countries, who live thousands of kilometers away.