The researchers acknowledge that at the results show a correlation, not a cause and effect, between online dating and interracial marriages.
There are also other factors to consider, such as changing demographics and social attitudes.
When that disappointment occurs than in your head you feel like you have to leave your partner because you are not “compatible”. This all leads to having less respect for each other.
This is the sad reality of love in this day and age. Social media has propelled love to being such a important part of peoples lives that it has corrupted the lives of young kids.
In fact, sites like and apps like Tinder could be contributing to a stronger, more diverse society.
In the olden days, people relied on (offline) social networks consisting of strong and loose connections to meet prospective partners.
The two people who are in love are supposed to get along to the tee. And the other huge problem is the maturity levels of both people, mostly guys.
Society defines love as two people feeling something for each other in their heart when they see each other. People go through ups and downs and more often than not you will see a bad side of your partner when they are at their worst. Dating culture is so bad that now you expect a breakup especially when the couples are of a young age.
Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought.” Allah states that the idea of a man and woman loving each other is actually a sign from Allah that He exists.
That feeling of attraction that you may have inside of you for a particular person, you can never describe it to someone scientifically or mathematically.
Online dating (and dating apps in particular) gets its fair share of bad press, whether it's for causing a "dating apocalypse" or concerns over users' privacy.