How can two people be in love if they have never touched each other?
I'm not talking about sex, I'm referring to simply feeling the other's skin. There is a certain warmth and smell to someone that comes from being close, burying your nose in her neck, the smell of her hair, the smell of her skin. How can two people be in love when their lips have never touched?
" Although I appreciate that the reader thinks she has a broken heart, I had to answer this way: Here is the good news.
Getting over this person will not be difficult for you at all. Because while I am sure that you think you are in love, you are not. A person cannot fall in love with someone he or she has never met in person.
The terms of service allow users ages 13 and older, but there's no verification of age.Despite the fact that online chats or Facetiming can include meaningful conversations, both can put you in situations where you are well prepared.True love exists when you are the opposite of prepared, when you are a mess, when you have a fit, or when you cry uncontrollably. When someone sends you a text, you have as long as you need or want to respond.If a person is self-conscious about his/her body, they can hide it. On a real date, both people have the luxury of looking at EVERYTHING.If he has a receding hairline, he can wear a baseball cap. Hands, toes (if she's wearing sandals), legs, arms, hair, smile, teeth, and most importantly (to me) eyes.In other words, online chatting is a very real way to connect and decide if there are possibilities for the two of you.But, the bottom line is, an online relationship just isn't the real thing.Parents need to know that Monkey -- have fun chats randomly connects teens with other Snapchat users for a 10-second video chat.They can add more time or add the person on Snapchat to continue the connection.It is such a shame because anyone who has ever really been in love will tell you that if you have the guts to be vulnerable and show the other person who you really are, and the person accepts and loves you with all of your flaws, there's really no better feeling in the world. Jackie Pilossoph is the author of her blog, Divorced Girl Smiling, and the comedic divorce novels, Divorced Girl Smiling and . She also writes feature stories, along with the weekly dating and relationships column, Love Essentially" for Chicago Tribune Media Group local publications.