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I haven’t dated in just over a year and the last time I did it was with a guy who was passive aggressive and scared me enough to recluse back into the hole I’d crawled out of.
Now I’m venturing out into the new territory of online dating, and my my, what a minefield it is.
You know, like back in the day when we all used to meet up a few times over a long period and let each other’s personality unravel naturally.
There was none of this ‘I’m this kind of person, and I do x, y and z’.
I think like this with my own profile too, fun pics of me doing things I enjoy and light hearted conversations that are usually full of banter. The trick is to try and be aware of it so we don’t bring it to the dating table and to also not take it personally when it heads our way.
As one of my friends explains she’d gone from being in a relationship, to being dumped, to having a date, breaking up and then having a tentative date cancel and spring her back into the heartache of singledom all over again. I don’t know what this is doing to our dopamine and cortisol levels but I can imagine that such fast paced highs and lows are unhealthy.
If someone messages you who you’re not into, tell them ‘thanks but I’m not interested’.
Yes it’s a shame when we hope to find love instantaneously and it seems like we’re not getting anywhere fast but focus on enjoying the experience and the journey will seem shorter.#4 — Have fun and show your playful side Imagine this, you’re in a bar and there are some sexy people who you like the look of at the opposite end of the room.
From a woman’s point of view we get inundated with messages, some creepy, some lovely but lots of them, often.
From a guys point of view I’ve heard they get ghosted, preyed upon (hello cougars) and viscously demonised from women who’ve been hurt in the past (ouch, sorry dudes).