Role of Virtual dating: Confidence vs. Self-esteem, Better expression vs. Covert Quality

Dr. Adam Tabriz
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Those millennials who have dated in today’s social environment are familiar with the importance of Confidence, personality, and self-respect. They are by far the most critical factors concerning the initiations of any relationship and ensure successful long-lasting consanguinity. Let’s not confuse this with communal skill, which is still a great trait, especially when building a rapport. Low self-esteem is a behavioral limitation and is always the prerequisite for other emotional complications such as depression and social anxiety.

The virtual world has masked the problems associated with self-esteem by enabling the individual to camouflage his or her misconceptions temporarily. Knowingly, it tends to be short-lived and will eventually catch up with the person asserting potential medical complications. With proper execution, a dating app can tackle this issue instead of postponing the difficulty to a later time and sometimes to a more complicated stage in the relationship.

Dating, Technology, and Health: where do we stand today?

As with SAAS technologies within the other domains, current dating innovations are neither perfect nor on the right track to perfection. They continually fall short in addressing clients’ needs and fail to maintain “the objectivity” to match someone to their “subjective expectation.” The perfect term used to describe the failed dating technology is “insufficient personalization.”

Current solutions have failed to match users at both ends of the user interface (UI). They tend to ultimately leave one side overwhelmed with thousands of options to choose from and the other party too vulnerable to “ghosting practice,” leading to the potential risk of the imperfect match due to insufficient dating options. The current user experience (UX) is the perfect ground for a wrong partner match with health risks.

Technology has advanced, but none offer healthy dating experience options, such as real-time interactive capability. We have the technical resources to bring about the unreal into reality and indiscreet into personal ownership.

We need to reform how we manage those kinds of personal information currently being traded by the big data industry. And we can attain such tasks solely through personalizing those valuable assets. Any tool would work for the individual with the proper validation instead of contributing to the identity scam through phishing practices and catfishing.

The best of today’s software technology is within our immediate reach

By using science, we can personalize user experience through automated authentication of characteristics such as physique, personality, individual preference, sexual orientation, gender identity, education, professional character, skills, and background of a particular user in real-time without divulging the user’s identifiers and demographics to the 3rd party.

Privacy, Trust, and User Control are of Utmost Importance

Before committing to in-person meetups, real-time virtual dating would make the in-person physical dating a second stage to the actual mining encounter for chemistry and conduit for a healthy courtship down the stream of the relationship. Until now, one could only speculate that the person on the other end of the chatbox has the precise color of the eyes or type of hair, trusting that the other party was honest about entering their physiognomies before the first date. Conversely, to ensure the person is about to be introduced to have certain habits before the initial meetup or know for sure that he is looking forward to connecting with someone who, beyond doubt, lives within the distance of his convenience.

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Adam Tabriz is a Physician, Writer, Entrepreneur, and public health policy, expert. He is an advocate for Personal liberty. The combination of his experience and expertise underlines his passion for advocating true “Personalized Healthcare” and “Healthcare without Borders.” His favorite slogan is: “Peace of mind would come to all people through the universal respect for the basic human rights of everyone”

San Francisco, CA

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