Internet dating do and don ts
Gone are the days where your mummies used to skillfully and slyly set you up with your neighbour aunty's daughter or make an embarrassing profile for you.
Our generation now seeks to fend for themselves and mostly resort to meeting people in the virtual world.
Somehow women feel they're more entitled to selfies than men are.
After all, most of them have broken records in a selfie taking spree.
All us guys can get out sometimes is 'Hey.' We're just trying. Then she immediately becomes unique." —Matthew Hussey"So many women go into a date thinking, 'What do I think of this person? You start picking him apart, like, 'I don't like his shoes,' or, 'He's nice but I wish he had more hair.' But a friend of mine actually gave the best advice about this.
Instead of focusing on what you think of your date superficially, focus on 'How does he or she make me feel? Does she make me feel like the best version of myself?
That's not my ideal, and hopefully when you figure out what you want, I'll still be here, but we can't know that.
All I know is I think you should explore what it is you want.' It did three things: asserted a standard, showed kindness, and introduced the fear that she may not be there.
To find out the secrets to getting a second date, we asked our friends at Perfect Match — a dating site that uses a psychologist-developed compatibility system to match singles — to sound in. Making sure that the dating service you use connects you with highly compatible matches.Men don't like the idea of giving you up now, knowing they could potentially lose you for good." —Matthew Hussey"When is a guy ready to commit to a real relationship?I've noticed it's usually once he has gotten his first taste of career success or is able to provide for himself.And yes, she probably may never ask you to meet her first!