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Can you trust online relationship

  1. sammy@isinay profile image58
    sammy@isinayposted 6 years ago

    Do you engage in online relationship... How strong is the bond between you in this kind of relationship and can you trust this kind of relationship...

    1. tsmog profile image82
      tsmogposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Big question. I have online relationships, but that is as far as they go - online. The bond is as strong as it can get, especially since sometimes 1000's of miles separate us.

  2. UndisclosedDesire profile image59
    UndisclosedDesireposted 6 years ago

    Well where do I start to explain myself here? I have a hard time expressing myself and thoughts because i get all mixed up and sometimes end up not to make sense. But i am in a relationship well i think it is a relationship its really hard to know where i am going with my boyfriend who i met over online and that. but i get really strong into it and i am taking each day as it goes by and who knows where it will end right? All I know is I fell for this guy really hard because he is different from all the other guys at least I think he is. Hes been good to me, open uped, listened to me. Im not sure if this is the right place to post the reply to the answer you are looking for but i think its the same thing to what i am talking about because i did meet him online.

    I am thinking of a hub to write but its taking me more time than I thought because i want to make sure I word it right and it makes sense. I was going to write about Online Relationships but still thinking about how to go about it.

  3. Disturbia profile image60
    Disturbiaposted 6 years ago

    No I do not trust anything about any online relationships. I had one of those once and the person turned out to be nothing but a fake. It started quite by accident while I was shopping for something on ebay and I ended up chatting with the seller every night for almost a year. I was completely smitten, he was the man of my dreams, everything I have ever wanted or could want.  Unfortunately he was also that to about 100 other women in every chat room there is out there, and it didn't stop after we got married.  He was very comfortable online where he didn't actually have to put out what he was advertising and where he could sweep all the ladies off their feet.  In the real world, he was nothing like he pretended to be.

    So, after five years of his drinking, cheating, and beating the daylights out of me, I finally put an end to it and divorced him.  Nope, I don't trust or believe anything anybody online says cause it's oh so easy to just lie, lie, lie.

  4. knolyourself profile image59
    knolyourselfposted 6 years ago

    Lot of con-artists out there doing half dozen on line affairs at the same time.

    1. Disturbia profile image60
      Disturbiaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      You got that right!  I got quite the education I never wanted.  It's pretty sad actually.  There are some pretty bad apples out there, everything from married men who's wives don't understand them, so won't you please send  them some naked pics of yourself to girls who will lie about their situations and do just about anything else to get guys to send them money (naturaly to a P.O. Box) or pay their bills, or even bail their boyfriends out of  jail.  My ex-husband was chatting with one girl who actually wanted him to buy her a car, with my money of course.  But he was playing her, along with countless others, just like she was playing him and I think he probably got the better deal cause she gave him quite the show and got absolutely nothing for all her time invested in the relationship which was several months from what I could tell from the monitoring software I had installed. Maybe she got her ego stroked a time or two.