Every once in a while, I find myself thinking that online dating is a good idea.

Let’s talk about Facebook for a second. Facebook encourages and discourages you to think certain ways and take certain actions, just like every other social media website.

So I join a site and spend hours setting everything up and talking to guys. Not everyone is looking for love online.Others are looking for casual dates. Others are looking for sex. Some people are looking for friends. Others are looking for casual dates.

In week one, you’re giving careful attention to every word of a guy’s profile. By week two, you’re skimming. You’re becoming selective. The slightest thing can turn you off. Every once in a while, I find myself thinking that online dating is a good idea.“It’s better than nothing,” I say to myself, or, “It’s not like I’m going on Tinder, I’ll try this great new app.”

If you fall into one of these categories, it won’t much matter if you find yourself without intimate connections on these sites. But if you are looking for a genuine connection and a long term relationship, online dating, despite its convenience, despite the fact that it should work, might not be the most effective choice.

Social Media is a good idea for everyone to share interest. It is not just about how people feel about their experiences. Most people just want to escape from everyday life activities.

Facebook is a great place where you can enjoy your life without having to spend time worrying about your own personal experiences.

It is a free platform. Use it with dignity, grace. Be kind to yourself and enjoy the opportunity to learn and enjoy other adventures.

Use it wisely. You can also make a difference to the life of others.