Truth internet dating
Out of the current dating trends in India, the one that fascinates me the most is online dating.
With this comparatively newer avenue now available, the Indian society that has always been somewhat restrained and abashed, even in bigger cities, has now fully embraced the dating culture.
The romance of it all hides the reality - you never got to know each other, learn if you’re compatible or not, before falling in love with them.
When the honeymoon-phase is over, and you start to realise that you’re not right for each other, the emotional blackmail begins…
Coming out of a long, serious relationship, Nidhi was someone who hadn’t even considered what it would feel like to be with someone else…
and then there was a whole world of prospects at her disposal. In a secretive society like ours, where dating isn’t a thing people do openly and we like to hide our emotions and never talk about them, online dating came like a portal to a new world.
Here are five facts about online dating: Online dating has lost much of its stigma, and a majority of Americans now say online dating is a good way to meet people.
One successful love story that trumps all failed ones. Most of us aren’t looking for the dream anyway - we’re just sampling from these options available in abundance.
all the things they did for you, the selflessness, the unconditional love - now you’re supposed to pay up.
Although these trends have new names in 2018, they’re not brand new.
A world that had always existed around us, but now there’s an open door, in the form of dating apps, accessible to anyone with a smartphone. With online dating, also come all sorts of complicated rules that everyone is supposed to be aware of. This is when you show interest in someone, maybe go out with them a few times, text each other all the time, and then… You become a ghost, by completely disappearing on them.
It’s like a language that everyone speaks but no one teaches - you simply have to catch on as you go. They never hear from you again - no communication, no explanation, just silence.