Keeping cool helps in just about every situation I can think of, but especially when it comes to online dating. Remember, each experience does not have to be "the one. Find out what they read, where they travel, what seminars they attend, favorite restaurants, whether or not they work out, etc. This guy could be your new attorney, accountant, fitness instructor, or massage therapist If you keep an open mind and an open heart, you can easily gain a friend and learn a new skill, recipe or resource for life. Two of the most influential men I have ever met came to me online via Match.
How Many Frogs do you REALLY Have to Kiss? – Suzie the Single Dating Diva
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You Have To Kiss Some Frogs Before You Find Your Prince
OLD [online dating] is not for me, and finding available men IRL at the present moment seems impossible. My question is: Is it really just a numbers game? Do you really have to sift through a bunch of frogs online to find the right guy? Who has time for this? In the past year, I thought back to all the guys who showed an interest in me but I backed off.
While out last night at a restaurant, I met a darling woman who was on what looked like a date. Since I'm wildly curious about people, dating, etc. As it turns out, they'd met online and are now great friends. When I dug deeper into her experience of online dating, she scoffed, saying it had been like being stuck in The Twilight Zone, "where I found myself saying 'WTF' just a little too often.