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There’s a particular psychological profile that researchers have discovered of users of Internet dating services.
The reason is that when sociable people consider romantic relationships to be an important domain for self-worth, those with high self-esteem will find it comfortable to present themselves to a multitude of anonymous people, whereas those with low self-esteem will be more likely to experience a higher level of stress just thinking about disclosing and promoting themselves on the Internet.
Less confident individuals may not want their negative self-views publicized or viewed by others.
If you have high self-esteem and consider romantic relationships to be an important part of your life, you’re more likely to use Internet dating.
If you have low self-esteem and consider romantic relationships to be an important part of your life, you’re also more likely to use Internet dating.For people who are already sociable, using the Internet as a dating method is just one more tool at their disposal.