If you make a post, don’t feel obligated to write back to everyone who responds if you get a weird vibe from them or they don’t provide sufficient information about themselves to warrant a response (e.g., “wanna chat? Take the time to give them an idea of who you are and why you think you would be compatible as friends.
You can include a photo or link to your Facebook page if you want to, but shouldn’t feel obligated to do so.
Q: What else should I know about contacting and being contacted by people through the site?
A: Create an anonymous email address to use for your initial correspondences with people from the site. In responding to other people’s posts, I suggest writing a concise yet informative introduction in relation to the content of the specific post you are responding to.
In a book full of women self-empowering themselves on relationships, nobody really talked about this.
” to searches for people with certain interests or living in specific neighborhoods, to elaborate treatises from people looking for their next best friend forever.
Q: What are the similarities to and differences from regular online dating?
A: In both cases, people are casting out a net to find a person or people who meet a perceived need in their lives.
If you’ve wondered how to meet people, or why people are drawn to each other, you’ll enjoy this book.
Perhaps the thing that frustrated me the most about her memoir is how many women were in Chicago for the same reason as Bertsche, and who met with Bertsche because of it, but never discussed why: they followed their guy to his career-launching jobs, and then had to fend for themselves.