When setting up your online dating profile make sure you’re not too specific. Don’t rule out the magic times before they begin. Stating you don’t like long sleepovers is one example of a statement that could be interpreted in so many ways. Open up to amazing opportunities.
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Sometimes it is hard to see what you actually have in a relationship. Instead we look at what we wish we had. My heart so wanted more – my head knew the reality was not going to change. Once my head won over my heart I knew what I had wasn’t hard to beat. Do an evaluation on your relationship to see how much time and effort is being put into it. May your relationships be fulfilling!
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Our addiction to cell phones are essential to our relationships. Cell phones allow us to meet. They allow us to text. They continue to be prolific during relationships… brought out during dinner – after the movie – at the picnic. Cell phones don’t seem to build our relationships, but rather become a wedge between us. Our cell phones become the tool that strike the final blow in ending our relationships.
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Age is a dilemma in the online dating world – is the age provided true? – is the age desirable?
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Adams seem to prefer younger Eves. What are your preferences and experiences?
There will be a group of Adams that you don’t want to meet in a million years. Next there will be a group of ‘interesting Adams’. I meet intriguing Adams to get a true sense of what he’s like. Meeting Adam is an exciting time! I always look for sparkling eyes.
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My initial unveiling of Adam’s interests, family and values has me day-dreaming. I call this ‘swanning’ – Flights of fancy – a future aligning my life with Adam’s. Returning to a real world reality check, I remind myself I haven’t even met Adam. Regardless I continue to dream….
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Answering multiple questions for online dating sites is supposed to help match you with compatible Adams. For example “Do you eat 1) fast-food burgers or 2) fast-food chicken nuggets?” By picking one of these two options you could be matched with your perfect partner. REALLY? Although I had incredible success with my first date from a matching online dating site my beliefs were blown when I returned to the site months later. May your personality do the matching for you.
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I commenced my online dating profile with just one word which sent my computer wild – pings – zapping sounds and this message appears on my screen. “I think we have something in common – I’d like to know more about you”. NEW Eves get remarkable responses. When setting up your online dating profile avoid using cliches. Be intrigiung and be yourself!
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