Online Dating is Bad
A study from the University of Kansas shows Americans who married between 2005 and 2012 and met through social networking sites were just as likely to have successful marriages as those who met offline or through other online locations, such as Internet dating sites. And, they were more likely to be satisfied in their marriage than those who met in traditional offline ways, such as through friends.
“It’s a low-risk, high reward potential place to meet someone,” said Associate Professor of Communication Studies Jeffrey Hall, who conducted the study.
Most of the similar studies have revealed that the couples who have met online are equally happy (52%) or happier (48%) than those who met through other conventional means.
We found the amazingly similar data on conducting a similar survey in India. But the conversion rate of being in love to being married is astonishingly low. When asked about the causes the most common were.
- Caste issues (07%)
- Family issues (13%)
- Income status (∼37%)
- Religious beliefs (29%)
- miscellaneous (04%)
∼14% choose not to disclose the reason.
On the other hand, couples who had a successful conversion reports leading a happier life, and a higher degree of understanding (both of tangible and intangible forms).
Love is considered as a path to heaven, and one should feel lucky to endure the feeling of love.
P.S.- IF YOU ARE IN LOVE, MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION. IF YOU ARE FACING PROBLEM CONVINCING YOUR PARENTS DON’T OPT FOR A FOOLISH STEP.
BE SMART AND WRITE TO US.