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Another issue is that singletons who spend weeks or even months emailing a potential mate before meeting them often have unrealistic expectations.‘Also, he’s unlike any man I’d gone for before.
Having the experience you do with online dating, I was wondering what you think about some of the psychology of online dating. I was wondering because it seems like so many people have profiles online either the same site or multiple sites for lengthy periods of time.
The only way you’d know that he’s also on e Harmony is if you’re ALSO on e Harmony.
Essentially, you’re saying, “I’m not a loser, player, commitmentphobe or dating addict, but any man who does the same thing that I’m doing must be.” So to set the record straight: going on multiple dating sites means that you’re looking to expand your options.
You want marriage, you want kids, you’re ready for love. Dozens of women parade across your screen, each younger, smarter, more attractive, more tantalizing than the last.I had my first online girlfriend in 2000 for five months, fell in love in 2003 in a seven-month relationship, did it again in 2004 for four months, and had my last online girlfriend in 2006 for eight months.However, if you were watching my profile on JDate, you’d have assumed that I was online from 1998-2006 without any success. Sometimes, when you leave, you don’t take your profile down—which leads you to be labeled an online dating addict by a woman who is on every single site herself. But you ARE onto something, Barb, which is that online dating CAN be addicting.Maybe your month ran out on JDate and you want to try Saw You At Sinai.Maybe the pickings were slim on Chemistry, so you branched out to Perfect Match.