Online dating might have finally driven me to the brink of insanity.Instead of being happily drunk on love, I am drunk on the fatigue of texting.I have had the experience of being both the dater and the coach.The rules of conduct are seemingly made up by a hodge-podge of daters’ experiences and professionals (like me) who help frustrated singles looking for a serious relationship in the world of dating.This can cause many of us who are looking for a serious relationship to feel overwhelmed.This can create inaction as well as non-committal, unfocuse there is always another waiting on the sidelines.We get caught up in the game of fleeting moments of interest that are filled with a whole lot of ego-fluffing “likes” and games of “catch me if you can” that never lead to a serious relationship. I know, I know we look younger than we are and we are on a diet because we gained some weight over the holidays.If we do actually make it to the first da is a good chance our date will either be on their phone the entire time, show up drunk, stoned or, if we are really “lucky,” un-showered. There is only so much fibbing that can work if you actually intend to meet the person of interest, in person. Limit the air brushing in your picture profile and keep pictures no less than six months old. Be honest about your age (or as close to it as possible). Studies show people aren’t lying about their age because they care, they lie because they will be judged poorly for it.
Being a romantic, I’m highly optimistic about love, I believe that people can find love anywhere, at any time, and under any circumstance. My art training taught me a thing or two about Photoshop.
Also, it conveys that she doesn’t have friends, doesn’t do anything, and isn’t active.