“Social media has taken over the dating world throughout the years. Two people are more likely to engage in dating through some social media app rather than getting coffee together.”
I have been in 3 different relationships
over the years, 2 with the same person, but different times, and the other from Church. The relationships did not work out.
We had different aspects on Christianity. I was the ‘Church Go-er’ every Sunday and my ex-girlfriend’s was the non-Church person did not care about religion nor God. As we had our differences and dated for about a year, we ended our relationship, because of our perspectives on God & Christianity.
I’ve been single since and don’t mind it at all. I can officially start focusing on my life and career. Although being single does have some cons it, I can say that being single is a good thing.
Rejection is not an easy thing for me to overcome. I have been rejected many times in life and when I do get rejected I have to remind myself this, ‘I think God closed that door in my life for a reason.’ There are many obstacles in life that people must overcome but I have to remember that God is the one that closes doors but he opens many more in the future to come.
We know that technology has had a huge impact on every area of our lives. Dating has never been easy, and the addition of technology in our lives has both helped and hindered the dating world.
With the ease of our access to technology there is social media, text messaging, video calling, and everything in between. Technology has changed the way we communicate with one another. It is easy to see that technology changed dating a lot.
Dating over the years has changed significantly through social media. Social media has taken over the dating world throughout the years.
Two people are more likely to engage in dating through some social media app rather than getting coffee together. I have seen more people dating through some type of social media dating than an actual ‘Meet & Greet.’
For myself, I feel like dating has become so hard. It seems like nobody wants to commit anymore, and it seems to be a challenge every single step of the way.
I honestly blame dating apps for it becoming harder to date in 2018. Dating apps were actually created because people in general are always searching for perfection.
They’ve been marketed the ‘perfect partner.’ In all honesty, there is no such thing as a perfect partner.