How the internet has changed dating
There are so many different groups of people to get involved with now that technology is in our lives.
Though some may view this as a way to bond with their partner, it can also be detrimental to focus on your phone rather than your relationship.
There is something special about sharing your love for your partner with the internet world.
Beyond that, even between the two of you, there are many more ways to tell each other “I love you.” Video chatting and features like Face Time and Skype have introduced a new way of staying in touch when you two are apart from one another—something that has helped long-distance couples immensely. Though it is nice to get to know people with a variety of interests different from our own, it is equally nice to get to know someone who has the same passion.
Sure, sometimes there are bios involved or jokes exchanged before you make your “decision,” but the whole act is largely based on whether or not you two find one another attractive. By nature, we judge people based on how attractive we find them, in a bar or other social setting, you would probably not tell someone to get away from you just because you didn’t find them up to your physical standards. Technology has introduced so many different ways of telling each other how we feel.
Showing your love publicly—on a social networking site for instance—is the new romance.
Also, sending a text message is always easier than calling someone on the phone, at least nerves-wise.