In my heyday, I would copy and paste the same message to every person that I had an interest in on dating sites. It eventually caught up with me after I shared the copy with my best friend and we sent the same identical message to the same person.The message pretty much poetically spewed BS about how I wanted to get to know you and other untruths when my real intent was quite the contrary. I still didn't stop using it, but I learned that nine times out of ten you’ll find someone that's seeking the same exact things that you are minus the BS.Don’t feed people what you think they want to hear just to get what you want because you might not have to for both of you to still come out winning.
The only really bad part about dating websites is the amount of online games people play with the emotions of others.
Besides catfish, the rest of the issues are simply annoyances that happen just as often offline.
Many of the same traditional dating rules still apply when you chose to meet someone in cyberspace.
Here are three things that I learned to help kickstart the journey to finding something real online.
Creating an online dating profile is like having unlimited access to a smorgasbord of your favorite foods.
It is possible to have too many choices when it comes to dating online.
If you were actually walking down the street instead of finger strolling through profiles you’d need a chiropractor to straighten out your spine after all that rubbernecking.
Focus on finding what you look for in a potential mate.
In about 10 more years it will make me feel ancient to say that I was around when internet dating sites first began to boom.
At the same time I feel lucky to have experienced the era.
I have some extremely fond memories of my time dabbling around in the online dating scene. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting some pretty awesome people on social media.