Dating has come a long way in the last 20 years. We have gone from introduction agencies where lovelorn singles were matched with a suitable partner based on an interview, to online dating apps where users swipe left or right based on a photo. In theory, online dating is a quick and easy way to meet Mr Right, but in practice, the entire process is a minefield. Most people use online dating sites without incident. They might not meet Mr Right, but they certainly don’t end up buried in a field. However, this doesn’t mean there are not sexual predators, manipulative narcissists and opportunities lurking out there in the ether. Online dating sites attract just as many weirdos as any other niche community, so it pays to be vigilant and keep your wits about you. To ensure you stay safe, here are some simple tips to help you navigate the world of online dating. Personal Information There is a world of information online, from addresses to telephone numbers. Much of this information exists on social networking sites, but if you Google a person you will find plenty more snippets of information about them. The point I am making here is […]
The fascinating world of internet dating has something on offer for everyone. Romance is no longer the only criteria for people visiting these websites. Several niche dating sites have come up in the recent years to offer choices based on your quirky fetishes or hobbies, personal issues, and more. Online dating is how most people are meeting someone new these days. These web matchmaking services are striving hard to find you your perfect match! It could be based on conventional dating parameters like geographical location, religious beliefs, race, age, weight, height, or if your prefer a particular kink. With studies indicating that couples who met on the net are 25% less likely to separate, it is no wonder that people are turning to an unbiased medium to look for their other halves! Sexuality and Society As it is, human sexuality is a complicated and touchy topic. Added with society’s views on sexual conduct and behavior, can lead to a person feeling ashamed of his feelings and desires. It makes him bury his natural instincts and sexual likes or dislikes, preference, kinky ideas, fetishes, and turn-ons, deep inside. Because of societal pressure, several people remain tied in unfulfilled relationships! Fetishes […]
Every girl has that one guy that sticks in her mind. The week you ditched him you were soooooo sure about your feelings for him: he’s hardly that good looking, barely even funny, and you were definitely right when you told him to hit the road.
How often have you heard singles say I want to date but I just can’t be bothered! Whenever I hear this I know this person is in the dating burn-out phase. They’ve had their fill of bad dates and are in desperate need of solitude.
We all have our list of who we’d classify as appropriate partners for us. Our ‘type’ of person who we envisage spending the rest of our lives with. However is looking for our ‘type’ the right approach to dating? The surprising results in dating site eHarmony’s research is that 69% of people they surveyed are in thriving relationships but not with someone whom they would have defined as their “type”.
When your relationship goes “Blah” it means you have stopped connecting to each other’s desires and feelings. We each have our own interests and we are passionate about them. However, to continue a warm, loving relationship we need to stop and notice where our partner is living. To reconnect, we must walk over the bridge to their country.