Online Dating TipsWritten by Alexander Black
Meeting people can be fun. Itís great to broaden one's horizons and embrace others around us in helping to achieve a more fulfilling existence. Online dating has given us this capability from comfort of our own armchairs, but just because youíre searching from living room, donít let your common sense and instincts lessen when making your decisions. Please see online dating tips to make your search safe, fun and most importantly, successful.
Online Dating Tip #1
"Allow me to introduce myself" - This is most common form of introduction. Itís polite, itís confident and itís ice breaker that takes you to next phase of your conversation. But think for a minute. When you introduce yourself to someone in a bar, do you say, ďHi, My name is Nicky, I live at (your address), my telephone number is (your phone number), I work at (your work address) and my e-mail address is (your e-mail address)?" No, so when introducing yourself on Sugardaddie.com, make sure you use same common sense practice. Do not allow anyone to pressure you into revealing details before you are ready.
Online Dating Tip #2
Be truthful. Honesty is admired much more than dishonesty. Tell people what your intentions are and youíll be starting on correct path. But remember, common sense applies here so always assess who you are being honest with.
Online Dating Tip #3
Have you ever been in a situation where you have spoken to someone on phone and persons voice creates an image of what they look like in your own mind? We bet you that if you ever met that person they would look nothing like that image youíd have created. Because very few of us are psychic we suggest you ask to see a photograph so you can feel more comfortable with whom you have contacted or who has contacted you. Remember, "a picture may paint a thousand words, but a thousand words does not necessarily paint right picture."
The Final Solution to DatingWritten by Steve Sokolowski
I run a blog where I discuss topic of many games people play in dating arena. I've posted hundreds of articles, many of which point out many of these troubles. Even if you haven't read blog, you probably are aware of some of these schemes. While I wish it were easy to sum everything up into one neat, overlying problem, it's not that simple. Let me point out just a few of issues.
For one, there's a definite lack of respect in dating nowadays. People don't even care about their partners enough to treat them as they deserve to be treated. Gossip, ridiculously high expectations, and rejections by ignorance are only some of examples in this area. Grandparents are always carrying on about how today's generation has such a lack of respect. They talk about how, in their day, people cared about others and banded together through difficult problems. Why do they talk about these things? Because they're right! Through every activity in which I've been involved, I've encountered this problem. I'm tired of working for a hundred hours on a video project when president of organization receives but doesn't bother to even reply to your E-Mails asking him to review it. I'm sick of being ostracized from groups because I don't care to participate in their petty disagreements. And I'm exhausted after people expect me to work to death in volunteer organizations!
There are always exceptions to this rule, and I'm sure that there are many people who do have a great deal of respect for both their peers and their elders. Unfortunately, majority, or at least majority with most influence, simply don't care.
Second, nobody is honest with themselves, let alone anyone else. Dating has turned into a torrent of backstabbing of which even Mark Burnett would be proud. Asking someone out is nearly impossible, because gossip about it has already spread to a thousand people before you make move. Then, when a rejection occurs (even if it's not rude), rejector spreads rumors around to all his/her friends that cause them to completely ignore you, refusing to invite you to parties or even to initiate conversations with you. The biggest insult is that even if you asked point-blank, you'd still never get a truthful answer as to why such harm was directed towards you.
As if what occurs after a rejection isn't enough, people attempt to steal others' girl/boyfriends. One day, things are going well, and next you find yourself wondering what happened to relationship that was forming - that is, until you notice that person spending a lot of time with who you thought was your best friend. No explanation is offered, not even a "good-bye."
Third, people are not looking for someone who spends his or her time working to get ahead instead of getting flat-out drunk, who doesn't curse at or ignore his or her mate, and who actually makes time for whatever is occurring between them (whether it be a full-fledged relationship or just plain sex). They say they're looking for these things, but in reality, they're attracted to people with attributes described above. "Confidence" is not answer to equation. Assuming they both possess same level of "confidence," above-described person would win every time over "warm, caring, and intelligent" (wo)man that people claim is ideal mate.