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Is Online Dating For Losers?
Last updated: May. 18 2018 | 2 min read
There is an epidemic going on in today’s rapid paced society — we are all missing each other with our so important lives and are really unable to hook up romantically. What happened to the simple days of high school when we had to beat guys off of us with sticks:)?
Well, the reality is at some point many of those guys got married, moved to another country, committed a crime, or realized they were gay — so the search for Mr. Right is more difficult than ever. The pool of eligible bachelors is getting slimmer quicker than our ever-ticking time bombs.
With these facts staring you in the face – have you ever considered trying online dating? It is a pretty easy way to dramatically increase the size of that dating pool with a few clicks of a mouse.
Now I know what you are thinking. Online dating screams desperation. Last resort. Loserville! But I don’t think so. And the reason why is because online dating has a come a long way.
It is no longer this clandestine online forum for a bunch of liars and married men to find unsuspecting females to prey on. No – now regular, working, frustrated singles are searching for love online and finding success. All age groups. All races. All religions. There is an online dating service for everyone! So there is really no reason to not give it a try.
Just a few rules to maximize your experience…
1. Just because you find someone you are compatible with online doesn’t mean you know them yet. Treat any and all new online relationships with caution and common sense.
2. Permit yourself to try this with an open mind. If you feel gross about what you are doing, it will come across when you are meeting men. Get your mind right:)
3. Tell someone you are close to what you are doing and especially if you take your online experience offline. Don’t let that frighten you – but like any date – be cautious.
4. When you have met Mr. Right – get offline! Don’t sabotage yourself by not knowing when enough is enough and getting in over your head.