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Digital Camouflage Why would anyone settle for a relationship based on electronic text to begin with?I think it has to do with the sense of control that Internet communication gives us.Jonathan shared updates of his virtual liaison with his friends. The picture reminded me just how little I knew about this person. And that's the dangerous part about online relationships — 99% of the relationship is developed on fantasy — there's no accountability or integrity." Jonathan got out of the relationship without too many problems ... "I ended up with such a big phone bill, I had to get a job in the college cafeteria.The big news he shared was that he was going to trade pictures with this girl. It was a real waste of time and money." Making Time For Strangers Rebecca Antonek, a senior at Purdue University, says that losing time was the most substantial problem in her friend's online relationship."As a communications major, I've thought a lot about the way people interact.I believe that God created communication to be much more dynamic than just words on a computer screen." Would An Online Friend Say "God Bless You" If You Sneezed?
It's tempting to stay in an environment where our strengths can outweigh our weaknesses.The "relationship" was implicitly platonic, implicitly spiritual, but it was also implicitly time consuming."She spent a tremendous amount of time on her computer — waiting for new email and composing her responses. Although she was talking about God a lot — she was too distracted by her email to spend time with Him." Finally she decided to call it quits.Within a few minutes, Jonathan received an instant message from a girl in California. Then Jonathan asked his new friend what she looked like.The two started chatting and found themselves typing away until in the morning. "I'm a blonde — an 8 on a scale of 1 to 10," she said. "I just told my friends that her picture never came.