Online dating for Women

Being a single women

It doesn't matter if your looking for love online or offline, it does not change the fact that that you are single, and in some countries or cultures single women has a negative perception, especially if she is older. Although we live in a modern society where everyone has equal rights, some women still find it hard to tell anyone that she is single or that she is looking for love online. And I guess it's impossible to change those old fashioned skeptics, it's easier to ignore them by know that different times call for different measures. And these are different times. Not even the dating and social sites are becoming more popular, now there are mobile side of it. People not only sitting by computers, they carry the virtual world with them in their smart phones. And this means that what ever your goal are towards find the one – they are much closer to be completed with online dating.

Online dating: precautions

Today online dating is different form what it was 10-15 years ago. It's more secure, more trustworthy. Even though, you should consider, that the same people used to lie when you meet at the bar, are also using internet. So internet dating does not solve all the problems. So be careful about the guy you're meeting, try to find out as much as possible before your first date. Like everything else around us have certain rules, dating is also not an exception. Read these online dating rules, just to be on top of things. This will save you time and money, and probably from your worst date ever.

Let's presume that everything is working out fine, you got your profile, some dates for the weekend – good times. What about if you gonna meet a guy, that you would definitely would like to see again? Can you lay the path to the second date on your first? Of course you can, and here's several tips on getting closer to the second date.

The new dating rules
It's like we have more dating rules than dates, and just like the kind of rules that clutter up diet books, telling women what to do about how to bring love into their lives might sometimes go against the original purpose of trying to find somebody in the first place: to listen to your heart.
Here are some of the tongue-in-cheek lessons that may be gleaned from my book, condensed down to handy list form. Hopefully they'll help you on your quest to find somebody who doesn't make you want to pull your hair out in fistfuls, and please don't take any of them too seriously.

If You're Trying to Be the Kind of Girl He's Attracted to, He's Not the Kind of Guy You Want
I didn't say he's the kind of guy you're not attracted to. Obviously, he is. That's why you're taking a cab to his neighborhood at 12:30 a.m., and trying to stay awake during the Kubrik movie. But if you have to hide your CDs when he comes over and pretend you don't like The Soup and you find yourself making fewer jokes and leaving your own needs out of the equation (like if it's 10 a.m. and you're starving for breakfast, but you don't say anything), you are setting yourself up for hating this guy even more when it doesn't work out. And it won't. Because if he liked you the way you want a guy to like you, he would be cabbing over to your place and watching The Soup with you and asking if he can make you pancakes.

If He Likes You, You Can Do No Wrong; if He Doesn't, You Can Do No Right
Doing no wrong includes sleeping with a guy on the first date, asking him out first, or e-mailing him a link to a video of a cat playing the piano. That said, if you sleep with him right away, you are betting the house. If it's good, you've just run the risk of falling hard for a guy you don't know at all. And if he's not the right guy, no amount of restraint or adherence to a rule book or chumminess with his friends will ever get him to like you.

Don't Fool Yourself When It's Not Right
So, things aren't clicking with this sweet guy who keeps calling you. So what? Things like chemistry and fate and all the rest actually exist. You don't need to flip out if you're seeing a guy who's really nice to you and you're not attracted to him. It doesn't have to necessarily be because he's nice to you and you hate yourself.

If You Feel Bad, There's Probably a Good Reason
Because you're not insane. You don't need to beat yourself up for feeling bad because you don't think you're supposed to feel bad.

There's a Time and a Place for an Open Mind
Keep your mind open about the kind of guy you might want, but stick to your rigid standards when it comes to your expectations. If you slept together and he didn't call you when you wanted him to, be true to that instinct of that making you angry and tell him to sod off if you're hurt. Don't let anybody talk you out of your high standards as being unrealistic. Just give an extra chance to the guy you see living up to them, even if he doesn't snap your bean right off the bat.

You're the Star
He isn't. If he doesn't know that, it's his problem. Also, his band isn't that good. You could probably do better if you felt like it. You're the prize. Let him win you.

Not single anymore

Great, you found someone and you're both happy. Since this is a journey where only two seats are available we won't bother you a lot. Just a few pointers to remember when dating a creature call man.

Wouldn't be fair if we did not share some insights we found on the internet. Like any other relationship, yours will also have some tabu topics and dos and don'ts. But to give you a heads up, here's a few things you should never say to a man.

Getting to a more interesting topic – bed. This also should be between you and your man. And hopefully you will talk about it, and explore new things. But again, if you want some advantage, here's 12 things a man would like you to know.

And to finish it off, here's a bit long, but hopefully useful information, on the question that's probably been asked a million times: what men want in modern relationship.

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