Online addiction dating
Let’s take a look at five signs you may have an online dating addiction.
It’s OK to be excited about receiving emails, but when this results in checking your email every hour of the day, no matter where you are or who you are with, you are bordering on an unhealthy obsession.
As I’ve written before, Tiger Woods didn’t take the time to make a pros/cons list before cheating. What’s sad is that, unlike Tiger Woods, they rarely face great consequences for their behaviors.
For example, a person who compulsively looks for gambling sites online may have a gambling problem rather than an Internet addiction.
The next thing you know, two hours or more have passed by, and all your previous obligations are now on the backburner. Set aside an hour a day maximum for online dating, and then go back to living the life you should be living.
After all, what is the point of trying to find someone if you no longer have a life of your own? By the time one of your dates roll around, you can barely even remember which girl you are talking to or what her interests are.
As great as online dating can be, there is also something mentally unhealthy about the process.
Unleashing attractive men into a forum where they arrange an endless stream of dates is like unleashing a little kid into a candy store and telling him he can eat whatever he wants.