Blog about online dating
I was sitting on the couch and one crawled on topof me half drunk and wanted to explore a lot more than my mind. Without prompting, she said “that’s all I could find, and he’s good to me”. I have stated enough about my challenges and perhaps all this to justify attempting to date online. Of course I politely declined and told her I was not feeling to well. There was no winning, but I did stand my ground and do the right thing; not doing anything with her. For those who have established social lives, great careers and seemingly picturesque lives, they are set with their friend base and I find them often unwilling to warm up to new individuals. Please fill in the blank with the worst possible word you can think. Unfortunately that seems to not be the average male, and the groups of male friends I have hung around seem to be quite the opposite. I am a good looking male, have my life together, I am adventorous, I attend church, I am fun to hang out with and you would never get bored with me. I remember going to a party and there was marijuana, alcohol, sports and women who seemed to be not the kind I would consider a relationship with. I remember meeting someone socially and then saw “him”, the very type of male that I would cringe if my daughter brought home.
” Let’s face it, I was no angel when I began dating after my divorce and I operated on an “it’s all about me” strategy.I wanted the photos to capture my essence in a positive way.Upon seeing me in person for the first time, my dates told me that I look just like my photos. Safety is still safety and being safe ALL the time is a better bet than trusting your gut with someone you have never met, don’t ya think?So there you have it, quick and easy safety tips for the first date meeting from an online connection.
There is safety in numbers and meeting for the first time in a restaurant or coffee shop would provide enough witnesses should the date turn sour.