Law of attraction and internet dating
What people here in Britain call dating, Muslims prefer to use 'courting'.And while a date is usually focused on 1) Sex 2) New encounters and 3) Good times, Islamic courting has different priorities altogether.They're not really modern or cultural, they are ingrained in the Islamic law system.
His laws on interaction and dignity are priority throughout. There is no engagement in Islamic law, as understood by popular culture.
Please remember this whenever you're faced with a Muslim conundrum. Some Muslims outright say it 'I'm dating' and they are, in the complete boy-meets-girl-third-base sense. This entire dating culture of meeting someone for only sex, for only a short-term relationship, is not the ideal or healthiest way to go about finding a partner-in-crime.
Loving God and following His ultimate guidance is the sole reason and goal in Muslim belief. The more real answer is that yes, a lot of Muslims do. This type of dating to see if it's going anywhere or just stringing people along with heartache is not in Islamic law.
A woman can brag endlessly about how much money she makes, the deals shes has closed, the celebrities she's rubbed elbows with, or the awards she's won: none of it matters to men.
This might seem harsh, and it is perhaps slightly hyperbolic; after all, it is fairly interesting to know that a girl is successful at her job, or that she works with someone famous - and an award is always impressive.