I am often asked, “What dating site should I use.” If you are pondering the same question, keep reading. I have a fast answer and a slow answer to this question. The fast answer is to go where the people are. Where you live is going to add a big variable in which dating site
In this day and age, it's common to do a little digging into a person you are dating or planning on dating. Yes, it feels weird and awkward. It feels like you are violating someone's privacy. But, I say, who cares. This is about your time, your safety, your life and the decisions you want
This post is for those who have an objection to online dating, or for those how have thought about it but are unwilling to take the plunge. I learned the other day that someone close to me met her soon to be fiancé online. But! She's too embarrassed to tell anyone that's how they met.
This post is a long overdue follow up to my original post, What Not To Write On Your Online Dating Profile. Working on a post that exemplifies what not to write in a dating profile is always a most amusing exercise. I laugh, I cry, I'm outraged. But, ultimately, I'm disappointed. Because behind these poorly
There are two things that make up your dating profile: Your “About Me” section and the photographs you choose. Statistics show that both are equally important. Take the time and care to get both right. So, what should you think about when choosing photos: Ixnay the selfies. Yes, we want to see a clear picture
For some of us finding that special someone is taking longer than we would otherwise like. In that reality we end up not participating in activities because we'd rather plan them with a companion. A special someone we can share our experiences with. After all, experiences are what binds us. We all have places we
I was recently scrolling through dating profiles and I came across a guy who wrote: It's ok, if we hit it off I'll tell people we met in Wegmans. Why? Why do we have to lie to people about how we met? Why is telling people we met online dating such a terrible thing? Whether
My week on Bumble. I was unsure about Bumble. I didn’t think of it as something worthwhile to try. I thought that mostly because of where I live. I thought it was a big city app and that probably no one in my small city was using it. After chatting with a friend of mine
Is Online Dating The Same As Online Shopping? Online dating is very much like shopping, but behind every online dating profile is a real human, not an inanimate object. A real human with thoughts, emotions, likes, dislikes; quirks! The process for finding a date is similar to shopping for, let's say, a new house hold
One of the most challenging parts of online dating getting the conversation started. First you search. Then you find someone who sparks your interest. You find them attractive, you read their profile and think, hey this guy/girl sounds pretty cool. You click, ‘send an email’ just to stare at a blank page for 30 minutes.