Women are easily scared away online, so you should avoid saying anything remotely controversial or predatory.
Stick to neutral subjects — like mentioning a common ground you share based on something you read in her profile.
already my middle daughter’s last year of high school), it feels like a case of early-onset year end reminiscing and reflecting.
Recently, we sent […] our single years shouldn’t feel like an era of failure but rather a time to embrace your independence, enjoy your freedom, and get to know who really are—which, coincidentally, will better prepare you for a lasting relationship.
Instead, channel your energy into meeting someone else. A general rule: once you’ve sent four messages back and forth, someone should ask someone out — preferably the man. [pagebreak] PRESSURE COOKERThe scenario: “I was really into someone I went on a few dates with, until he told me he was taking down his online dating profile and he wanted me to do the same.” — Jess, 34 The problem..the solution: Nothing will scare a girl faster than putting that kind of pressure on her too early into the relationship.
As I begin to wonder where the heck it went, and contemplate the upcoming fall season and ending of yet another year (oye vey…
As frustrating and desperate as it can feel at times, selecting the person you’re going to share your life with should require more discerning thought than most any other decision you make in your life. Just like you, being vulnerable (especially on the Internet) is a risk.
I’ve been sharing some of the deeper pieces of my personal story to share the mistakes I made and […] Hey Dignity Dater, In my last email, I shared an excerpt from an essay I wrote about one of the mistakes I repeatedly made in my life.
, we’d like to assume you know better than to make mistakes like these.
Still, navigating the world of online dating can definitely be tricky—what kind of message is clever, but not creepy?