Face-to-face dating is great, but sometimes it can get complicated. There are increasingly more dos and don'ts in modern relationships. Each side isn't sure about the rules and are both reluctant to say exactly what they want out of the relationship, especially if they're looking for marriage and building a life together. I have never personally used an online dating site, but based on the experience of family and my friend, I can see how it can work for you.
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Would you give online dating a try
There are positive points to dating online. Most importantly, Falling in love becomes about the person rather than the look, and arguments can be more constructive because impulsive shouting isn't possible :-)
I suppose there are also downsides to online dating. For example, many people may be more inclined to hide their true personalities if you can't see them. Also, many people have been known to upload younger pictures of themselves (in some cases, pictures of other people entirely). Many sites require a fee and some people can't afford to do this (though, the fee must be much more affordable than constant dates).
Say what you want about it, online dating is becoming more and more acceptable. The US has recently recorded 5% of their married couples to have met online. Are you a part of this growing statistic? If not, are you willing to give online dating a try?