Paper dating analysis

Monika Lupean, a 54-year-old yoga instructor from Maryland, has experienced that problem repeatedly in her four years of online dating.“It seems like the more I have in common with someone on paper, the less I actually have in common with them in person,” she says.Once, she met a man online who was a yoga enthusiast who owned the same books she did.“We met in person, and there was actually no chemistry.” Online dating also differs from traditional courtship in that people get to know one another before they meet, trading e-mails and photos.

Some sites, such as e Harmony, match people based on similarities.” But the process doesn’t necessarily help form strong relationships.Browsing through profile after profile “can result in the objectification of potential partners,” the study says.Similarly, the report says, “people become cognitively overwhelmed” as they scan dozens of profiles.“You end up a bit less satisfied with the thing you choose — like your chocolate or romantic partner.

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