You're in my newsfeed, Gmail account and sidebar ads, waving your online arms, saying, "Hey Becca! So you're a single midlife woman and you care about sex? And no, I'm not just talking about women who are looking for casual fun, although that's a perfectly acceptable choice.
I'm talking about any sexually charged woman who believes that good sex is a vital component of a romantic relationship and doesn't want to settle for anything less. You are literally marketing yourself to the male population online.
Online dating wouldn't be so bad if people just spoke to each other like humans.
If I was at a bookstore and a guy wanted to approach me to say hello or get my attention, if he said something like, "Sup Cutie.
Whether it's visual chemistry or love at first sight, your photo says a lot about you.
As a psychotherapist and coach, I'm in the unique position to hear from both men and women what they hate and love about online dating.
There are some women who only date guys with salaries in the high six-figures, but I am not one of them.
I'm frequently asked about the online dating process, an increasingly popular means by which relationships start.
Many report that online photos play a key role in getting the process started.
That and get someone else to pick up the check occasionally. " It's human nature to want to make a good first impression, and occasionally that leads potential dates to have a less-than-honest profile.
Oh, and I write stories, so let's get that out in the open. Since my divorce, some people are having a hard time knowing what to say to me, but not you, e Harmony. Be patient, look carefully, and always take your time when getting to know someone.
And yet another short list of things that I’m not really fond of: – Cars (can’t tell why I put this one first…) – Self-centered people (but, hey…