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Dating Romantic

She said she is a single boo and people flocked to her timeline. This is how they reacted


For some people, being alone can cause great anxiety, stress, and heartache. Their confidence, self-esteem, and sense of self-worth may drop because they're not currently in a relationship. However, for those who like being single, moments of solitude can be quite invigorating and enjoyable.

The reality is that we hold more power over our romantic destiny than we often think. To a great degree, we create the world we live in, although we are rarely conscious of this process. We can, in fact, make a choice whether to see our fate through a victimized lens or choose to be goal-directed and take power over our lives.

Most people have been hurt in interpersonal relationships. With time and painful experiences, we all risk building up varying degrees of bitterness and becoming defended. This process begins long before we start dating, in our childhoods, when hurtful interactions and dynamics lead us to put up walls or perceive the world through a filter that can negatively impact us as adults. These adaptations can cause us to become increasingly self-protective and closed off. In our adult relationships, we may resist being too vulnerable or write people off too easily.



Online dating has made meeting new people easier than ever, but getting to know them has only got tougher. Dating online may appear to be the swiftest route to love, or something like it. But until you win the grand prize – never having to do it again – it always feels a last resort, the sign that you possess a fatal flaw that has prevented the achievement of true love through one of the more classic routes: pulling a stranger in a bar, meeting someone at a house party, sleeping with your employer.


Risks of dating online


• Fake accounts

People over the internet are not always honest about who they are so you might get cat-fished (which is term used for when someone lures you into a relationship using a fake online persona). Another thing is, they might be in a real life relationship - and you’ll find yourself in a situationship or being a side dish.


• Scams

Online safety and security is not always guaranteed in the cyber world. As much as you can feel like you trust your online partner, you may also be a victim of scamming and identity theft. No matter how hard you fall for someone online, don’t give them your personal details like bank account details, home address, ID number, personal pictures or anything else that gives someone personal access to your life - especially if you’ve never met them and built trust over time


• Human trafficking

With the rise in human trafficking, it’s not always safe for you to be meeting up with strangers. And guess what? Traffickers like using social media to lure young people into dangerous situations that might get them trafficked. This isn’t to scare you away from meeting up with people, it’s just important for you to understand the risks and learn how to be safe. Be suspicious if your new lover offers you a job or wants you to model for them. Job offers online are the most popular ways to lure people into being trafficked.



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