I remember a client who was so surprised that the guy she was dating told her he wasn’t looking for a relationship and just wanted to have “fun.” When she looked back at his profile after they’d stopped dating, she checked the “looking for” section and it actually said he was looking for a long-term “relationship.” So, where did she go wrong?
Casual dating is a marvelous way of getting to know all kinds of people, without having to feel tied down to anyone until you’re absolutely ready. That being said, it is important to remember that your dynamic with anyone, regardless of who it is, won’t be as intense or committed as in a serious relationship.
No matter how attractive he or she is, explore getting to know who she/he really is rather than making decisions based on his/her potential! If someone has written that they just got out of a “painful five-year on-and-off relationship” that they’re still getting over, they MAY not be in the right state to begin a new relationship anytime soon.
While we applaud them for getting themselves out there, a person who describes their status as “newly single” or “ready for a new relationship after an amicable divorce” is going to be a better choice.
While single life is fun for a while, being in love is something special and it’s no wonder that a third of Americans are now turning to online dating sites to find it. We ensure that everyone on our dating site is serious about the search for love.
We hold our members safety as paramount and have a number of fraud protection measures in place to guarantee your online dating security.