“How To Tell If Someone You Meet In An Online Profile Or Advert Is Married/Partnered Or A Troll" Article 1 of 5

Written by Murray Hughes

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My friends and I were at a straight bar and a buzz-cut, red-neck fromrepparttar local military academy lured my friend outside to ‘make-out’.

When he didn’t return we went looking for him and found him out cold onrepparttar 132146 sidewalk – bashed!

How horrible some human beings can be….

Anyway,repparttar 132147 same thing goes for people who are only pretending to be single and available, but are actually either married or already in a relationship.

They may not physically bash you but it is still a form of abuse.

They maliciously put you at risk of sexual disease, HIV and having your heart wrenched out and thrown torepparttar 132148 hounds. Anyway you look at it, it can’t end well….for you!

Well that brings us torepparttar 132149 end of this brief article.

My main message for you today is you have to be on your guard and be aware many onliners are going to deceive you. I wish it weren’t true but it’s a fact of life.

Thankfully, withrepparttar 132150 right tools, you can greatly reduce your exposure to risk and keep yourself safe.

Inrepparttar 132151 next article in this series, you will begin to learn how to detect online ads or profiles from trolls.

Specifically you will learn about what I’ve called ‘Move Out Ya Bum!’ and ‘The Pungency of Desperation’.

Discover what they mean and what to do if you spot either of them.

Until then,

Your Truly, Adam Coole

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Is Your Baggage Holding You Back?

Written by Linda Reeves

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We do not want to hear about your ex, how badly they treated you, ran up your phone bill, and cleared out your bank account orrepparttar things that were wrong with them. Know what this tells someone? You are not over it, you are still angry and hurt and certainly “not emotionally available”. You need to face these issues head on and let go of them before considering new beginnings. Deal with your emotions, feelings, and move forward thus unpackingrepparttar 132144 excess baggage.

Realize and accept your situation and its circumstances, when it is over, takerepparttar 132145 time to grieve and deal with your feelings and then set them aside, clear your mind and your heart of all obstructions and embark on your new journey with a clean slate.

In conversations with someone new, tell them about yourself, what you like to do, what are your passions, your goals in life, your job, your children, your pets or anything that is a positive, and forget aboutrepparttar 132146 negative. Let me tell you this, you let that negativity creep back in and you are going to be sitting home alone watching sappy movies and crying over lost love when you could be enjoyingrepparttar 132147 world that is there to be explored.

So, unpack your bags and putrepparttar 132148 unnecessary items away! Storerepparttar 132149 baggage, be it emotional, physical or human, you no longer have any need for it. Seekrepparttar 132150 new horizon ahead of you,repparttar 132151 happiness that awaits you andrepparttar 132152 satisfaction of knowing that what you have to offer another person isrepparttar 132153 greatest of all gifts, but let that gift be of you, your present and your future,repparttar 132154 past done, time to begin anew.

Remember…..always travel light.

nda Reeves is a 47 year old advice columnist who writes for Cupids Blackbook a free dating site on the web. She Lives in the American midwest.

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