Online dating falling in love without meeting
Here’s 14 things you’ll know if you’ve fallen in love purely online: It’ll be your highlight of your day to spend the evening speaking with the person who continues to excite you with the mystery of their lives. Because it’s nice to gain an understanding of what kind of person they are when you haven’t been gifted the chance to do it in person. Candle-lit microwave meal set over your keyboard, actually. Because it does happen and after watching series after series of Catfish I’m just confused as what these people were doing that I wasn’t. But there’ll be the odd occasion where he’ll send you that really nice song lyric that he heard on the way to work that made him think of you. *heart melts* ‘If we were just rich, life would be so easy and we could quit our jobs and run away together.’ And who will feed your 12 cats?
However, even though technology can speed up the time it takes to find someone, it still takes time to plant the seed and let it blossom into lasting love.
So, by the time you finally do meet, you’re more likely to feel let down because no one can live up to the fantasy in your head.
In other words: It’s normal to fall in love with someone you meet online.
Opening your heart to anyone can leave you vulnerable, but caring for someone that you can’t see or spend time with daily can be challenging. Are you the one who seems to be setting the times to talk or connect?
If you are falling for someone on the other side of the screen, make sure the feelings are mutual. He should be actively participating in scheduling the online date times.