Schwartz integrates various psychological models for happiness showing how the problem of choice can be addressed by different strategies.What is important to note is that each of these strategies comes with its own bundle of psychological complication.That gives time to think about whether that other grass might be greener. But both Toma and D'Angelo still say the benefits of online dating outweigh the drawbacks."You can meet people who are similar to you like you never could before," D'Angelo says.
While the technology may keep changing, one thing won't.
Its core idea is that we have too many choices, too many decisions, too little time to do what is really important.
[...] Taking care of our own "wants" and focusing on what we "want" to do does not strike me as a solution to the problem of too much choice.
Those who selected from a large pool and had the ability to reverse their choice were the least satisfied with their selected partner after one week.
"There can be more regret when they know there are other options," D'Angelo says.