“I’m tired of all this nonsense about beauty being skin deep- What do you want… an adorable pancreas?” (Jean Kerr born 1923 “The Snake has all the lines”1958) Pet hate Lonely Hearts self-descriptions unplugged. DESCRIPTION TRUTH Cuddly. The size of a small Canadian province. Likes to ramble. Talks too much.…
The advent of internet dating definitely changes first impression circumstances. It’s entirely possible that you’ll be going out on a first date with someone that you’ve been communicating with for weeks or even months.
When you get married or enter into another type of serious relationship the decisions you make about yourself will not also affect another person. Being independent is great and standing your ground and not always giving into your partner is a sign of that independence. I’m all for self determination, but when your decisions affect someone else some compromise is called for.
When we meet someone, we begin the mind-numbing game of trying to decipher every little word and move they make, every approach they take in all the games people play, trying to figure out if they like us or not.
Men are often confused by women’s behavior. They say one thing and mean another. If you stop to think about it, you may do the same thing. Dating can be awkward and speech often doesn’t tell the whole story. The best clues are found in body language. If she avoids touching you or is not comfortable when you touch her, it shows a lack of interest.
While doing your Saturday morning shopping you’re surrounded by people. Couples walking hand in hand, smiling and chatting. As you look at them you wonder how they met. Were they shopping, doing the laundry or browsing an internet dating site?
Even if that has not happened to you, you’ve probably read a book or two, or perhaps you know someone that this has happened to. A head over heels love at first sight meeting. And it didn’t stop there. Oh no! They did something drastic like getting married while riding elephants at the zoo or running away to Brazil. I know, you’re sighing and thinking “that’s so romantic!”. But is it really?
Somehow it has been a commonly accepted idea that at a certain age people no longer are interested in romance, relationships and dating. Studies are proving us wrong time and again but we are still having difficulty accepting this reality. Many people still consider love and dating to be the province inhabited only by teenagers and adults who are 40 years old or younger. Well, any senior dating site member can quickly set you straight. Love, companionship and a desire to establish a meaningful relationship are feelings and emotions that everyone shares no matter what their present age.
You might find the online dating confusing initially but we’ll explain that it is not that difficult.
Have you ever had a girlfriend who’d ditch her friends, you included, for a guy? Let’s say the two of you made plans for the museum on Saturday afternoon. When Saturday morning rolled around, she changed her plans to be with a guy she’d just met. Being the understanding friend that you are, you caved and said that it was fine.
I love first dates, I truly do, but I have to say I’m over them. There’s so much build up, so much pressure (not to mention uncomfortable shoes) and don’t even get me started on the billions of articles out there about first dates. Really, it’s all a big to do about one night, and when you stop to think about it, it isn’t THE most important.
The ladies these days are smarter and more cautious when going on a date with strangers especially with the number of date rape cases going on the incline. Nevertheless that should not be a factor stopping them from going on a date with a person with good intentions like yourself.