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Even though your relationship meets these criteria, others may not see breaking up online as appropriate and this may damage your reputation.If you're sensitive to how you're perceived by others, think carefully before breaking up online.His words were evasive but mostly implied that she “wasn't interested in taking it to the next level,” he had offered to “pay for a flight for her to come visit but her parents were strict Christians” and “she'd rather just let it be an online thing.” So, he called it off and then called me.It didn't feel particularly pleasant being a friend-zoned side chick to Asher's virtual reality love, but I was certainly intrigued as to why Destiny did not want to pursue the honesty, compatibility, and physical company of Asher.For many years, unwritten online etiquette dictated that breaking up with someone through text, instant message (IM), or other electronic methods was disrespectful, cowardly, and very uncool.But, because we now spend so much time online, there are certain circumstances under which breaking up there is seen as okay.Was it so hard to believe that was a basis of a real relationship?Well, not if I listened to what research in the Human Communication journal implied.
Generally, the more serious the relationship, the more you should consider breaking up in person, or at least over the phone.
Friday morning, Gawker reprinted a 700-word breakup email sent from an OKCupid enthusiast to a woman he had gone on all of three dates with.
It is truly cringeworthy and should be read immediately as a guide for How Not To End Things Online.
In fact, Jeffrey Hall of The University of Kansas (a lead author on The Truth About Online Dating And The Link Between Depression And Relational Uncertainty) found that people looking for romance online actually behave very much as they do in face-to-face. So, set in the relationship maintenance behaviors, he would text her whenever they were both awake over the time difference.
He confirmed that his “findings dispel the myth that people using online dating are different than anyone else who might find a relationship through friends, school or work.” According to him, “the likelihood of people misrepresenting themselves overall is actually very low.” So, I guess that was a good thing for Destiny and Maximillion. They'd Skype at his night time and over her morning coffee and they'd even do what any “regular couple” does – talk about their day, dreams, and desires.