Digital dating desperation or necessity

I’m sure they worry about whether they remembered to put deodorant on, about whether they should kiss them at the end of the date or to leave them with a hug or awkwardly enough maybe even a handshake.

Hassler argues that in this age most communications are ruled by technology. That she was against online dating like most people but, after looking at the pros and cons, she is convinced to give it a fair chance and hope others will too. The audience and author have been against online dating because it’s not the traditional way of finding a date. What motivated the author to write about this issue? Dating is a nerve-wracking experience for most people.When it is in-person one would worry about talking too much or too quickly, if they have food in their teeth (that is of course if they are dining together), or if they are coming off as boring.

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