Reasons against online dating

We all get to decide how we use our energy, and since I don’t have control over others or the cosmos, it makes sense to me to put my energy towards what I can do from within. However, every few months, I’m like “oh yeah, I’m lonely.” So I reactivate my online dating profile for the millionth time.I update my pictures, and I edit my descriptions because it can always be better.You can also learn a decent amount about the person without even having the balls to approach him/her.We do hear about success stories from time to time, but why not more?I’m honestly not one who is interested in talking myself into making things work with those who don’t share my overall values, morals and ethics.Opposites may attract when it comes to whether or not you’re a cat or dog person, but if you don’t want children and your potential mate does…Enter online dating sites and apps, where you can literally sit at home in your underwear and browse for The One.You don’t have to worry about who’s not single, and you can filter out the ones who smoke, or who aren’t the same religion, or whatever your preference is.

(What actually happened is that I had my heart broken, and decided to open up all avenues to fill the fresh, gaping hole in my emotional core).Within minutes of rejoining, I’m always like “oh yeah, this is why I hate this shit.”Here’s the thing, I know exactly what I want when it comes to building a life with someone.I haven’t always been able to articulate it, but I’ve always known.”Right off the bat, this means that I am going to be forced to do all the work. I’ve entertained the “hi” when I was a little younger and a lot more foolish.This pisses me off, because unlike many online, I do the work.

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