could you really fall in love only wiht chatting?

February 9, 2007 5:50am CST
Chatting is my daily vent. I get to express my thoughts to people who share the same interest. After a while, I notice that i feel a bond between the people that I talk to. One had profess his love but I'm skeptic about it. Could you really fall in love by mere chatting?
4 responses
@sara88 (22)
• Australia
9 Feb 07
wow its really funny too see a post about this.. it just so happens that i met my boyfriend online.. we had been talking online for a few years and in the last 10 mths talked everyday and even talked on the phone.. about 4 mths ago we finally met and i haven't left his side since.. i moved too his state too be with him and we are noe expecting our first child.. we are still young i am 18 and he is 19. we really are in love thought and everyone is so supportive of our relationship.. so im conclusion love threw chatting really can happen..
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@rmuxagirl (7562)
• United States
2 Oct 07
I think you can develop feelings for someone while chatting, but not as far as love. Love takes personal contact and being around each other. If you "fall in love" while chatting that's only a part of who the person is there's so much more you learn and see when you are together that you don't see in chatting.
@mbarryton (1872)
• United States
9 Feb 07
i too met my husband online. we started out being the bes of friends and that turned out to nothing but a great love we was married last June and have been very happy every since. people just have to really be careful and know what they are getting into before they meet. dont just jump right in. but after you talk to a guy for so long and read between the lines then you pretty much know what type of person he/she is....good luck
9 Feb 07
I don't see why not. There's no physical element to get caught up in and confused by. You're still getting to know the person, just not face-to-face.