Sometimes, I really don’t understand the purpose of a dating app anymore.
I mean the whole real purpose is to find people to date while I understand some uses it to find ONS/FWB/hookups (how dating apps have been evolving to such use over the years)
but why are there attached people trying to look for ‘online’ friends to talk to when they have their partners/real life friends to talk to?
And they’re more opened to talk about their problems to strangers instead.
Am I being very narrow-minded for having thoughts like that because somehow I feel it’s a form of emotional cheating to their partners?
Not unless they have their partners’ consent to do it or they firmly know their intention to just find friends on the app when there’re probably other ways to look for friends instead of on a dating app.
- Last time dating is just dating. Now dating got long term, short term and day dating.
- Because a lot of us need the feeling of being validated,liked,wanted,sought after…we constantly want to know our market value.. even when attached..we like that we are desirable..some people may never act on it..they take the attention but don’t respond per se ..but there are those weaker ones that will fall fully..its always a dangerous game to play,but like Russian Roulette it’s exciting,it provides a spark and cause your heart to beat a little bit faster,butterflies in your stomach..it feed something deep inside of us..and for that while we feel good..confident even..alot of people have the need to feel that they are constantly wanted by so many..feeds the ego and narcissist in us.
- Question is: can you control/stop others in a relationship from accessing dating apps? If not, just move on. It’s really none of your business what other people are doing, right?
- Because today’s ‘liberal thinking’ is that you can have open relationships, which imo isn’t even considered a relationship anymore