do u believe in online love?
• United States
31 Jan 09
Hello happygill! I met my husband online. We talked for 2 years before finally meeting each other in person. He is from America and I'm from the Philippines. I know from the very first time I heard his voice on the phone, he is the right man for me and that I am in love with this guy. My husband told me too that when he saw my pic, he knew "he owns me"
31 Jan 09
yes, i belive in online love. I happened to me. I was in a relation that was founded online, and we were for 1 year together, but we only met online, for the first time, then we met in real life. She was from the same city with me, and all was just fine. But there wasn`t my half, i`ll search the net for my half. Why not?
30 Jan 09
I believe you can find the right person to fall in love with online but not have an online love! I met my partner online but it wasnt until we actually met face to face and got to know each other did we fall in love, you can love the idea of someone of the things they tell you but you need to be together and see them learn all their habits before truley falling in love.
30 Jan 09
There are some guys or girls too, who hesitate to meet live. So some people enjoy chatting online than meeting. After some chatting, then they feel like to meet. And when they meet they have already known each other a lot, that's why this is happening in the real world. In my case too, this happened. I was proposed by a friend, with whom my relation had started via chat. I don't why, I couldn't get the feeling of love as her, so I have no way than to reject. But both sided love can also occur.
30 Jan 09
I don't believe in it and it's not for me. I'm a very secretive person in the sense that I don't give out my trust that easily. The internet can be a farce as far as online dating goes. One person can take it more seriously than the other. How do you know what your getting online is actually that person behind the screen? They can easily make up personalities send fake pictures and be who you want them to be. It's far harder to do this in person and at least you see who they are in the first place. I think in order to say you love someone or say you truly know them is to know all of them not just what they write. It's in how they speak, how they gesture, to how they touch your face or the hugs they give you. I find it hard to see how love can form just through words themselves. Now again this is not to say it doesn't work but it isn't for me. I can't imagine not seeing my fiance and having a relationship solely through the net. Some have intentions of never meeting or some do but find out it was a huge mistake because when our with a person is completely different from when you speak with them on the internet. Now that being said someone who has already met the person face to face and then from there decides to build a relationship I find that to be fine. Because you've both seen eachother you can both gauge eachother and not only that you know your not speaking to a stalker, pedophile or just one sick person who's say 50 playing off as a 15 or 20 year old just to get their rocks off. Love must be found in all forms, the good and the bad, through words and through touch.