Here’s where we are with conversations in modern dating Alright, let’s face it. We’re all adults here. What’s more important is that most of us reading this are middle-aged adults. You might be a little before middle age or just beyond it, but you either will get there or you have been. And being middle-aged
Alright, so let’s get right to it. I’m going to stay with our impromptu lying/honesty theme this week and address another sore spot for women trying to navigate these dating streets: What women say that they want. It’s usually one of two things: either the woman doesn’t know what she wants, or she knows what
In a previous post, I wrote to you about the liars that might be stalking around corners in the online dating world. In keeping with the honesty (or lack there of) theme, let’s talk about something else we hear a lot about (and have some experience with ourselves): Ghosting. If you’re unschooled in the wise
A friend was recently telling us about her frustration with women who came through her DMs (that’s cool-people speak for “contacted on Facebook Messenger) but who never had anything to say. “What’s up?” “How’re you doing?” “What do you do for a living?” Sound familiar? What happens with a lot of these conversations is that
Whenever we ask women about their experiences with online dating, one thing comes up more often than others: Liars. Time and time again, frustrated users or ex-users of online dating services tell us how many times they’ve been lied to by women that they’ve met on this sites and apps. Liars. Sounds simple enough, right?