Post internet dating syndrome
A characteristic symptom of the malady is having a stringent laundry list of requirements and standards few men could ever hope to meet. Despite there being some really great women online, this list is not far off.
The only one I haven’t tried is Tinder, athough I have a friend who met her amazing boyfriend on the app. A lot of people will ‘like’ your profile or ‘wink’ or ‘tap’ or whatever, but rarely do guys send an actual message. And he didn’t just go the site, he must have read multiple posts to get to that one. He seemed normal enough though, so I responded to his questions and told him “no, we’re not still dating.” But I had to ask, “How did you find my blog? My blog is live for the world, and it is on the Internet.Research from the scientists at the Florida State University have proven that romance decisions made in winter, are done so with more serious intent than during the summer months.This is down to the winter weather affecting our brains where a chemical 'love' cocktail of neurotransmitters, involving oxytocin, vasopressin and dopamine, compel us to form lasting relationships. I didn’t really think about whether strangers read my blog until I started online dating. We’ve been running the blog for three years now, and I typically assume the only people who read my blog are my mom, sisters, Em, and my cousins.