On-line dating increases your pool of available dates, yet some people believe (http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2013/01/a-million-first-dates/309195/) it undermines commitment.
That’s sort of like saying placing multiple plates of various desserts in front of a healthy person undermines their health, or that placing a bucket of water from the deep end of a pool in the shallow end undermines the volume of the water in the pool.
On-line dating shows that many people are merely acting on their natural urges: they aren’t naturally monogamous. Sure, strict, life-long monogamy can work for some people, but many would rather date more than one person (as evidenced by the 50% cheating rate) than be stuck in a dead-end relationship. While many people enter committed, monogamous relationships, there seems to be a growing awareness that it’s simply very rare for both partners to enjoy a rewarding, life-long monogamous connection.
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The 77 Biggest On-line Dating Mistakes: http://www.holisticmakeover.com/MGDe-booksign-up.html
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