What does it take for some people to meet? Photo’s, profile’s, well this is great, but if you don’t see or read what you like, it is very easy to just decline or say no. By doing this you may be loosing out on meeting you potential match.
Does it hurt to just say say yes! Meet up – face to face is so much easier to really see if you are compatible. If distance is a issue, then at least speak to each other before you make a final decision.
We all know there are major difference’s in men and woman, so how can we even be begin to start dating, unless we realize this? Here is one huge difference, if a man will need a a little attention weekly, woman will need it daily. Woman will need emotional support, men usually don’t. So be sympathetic, to each other’s needs, and once you realize this, then you can also start the dating process, and once married have a little better understanding of each other
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Okay another year is here, for some they think of this situation around Rosh Hashanah and now again. I am alone.
Well, what can we do. Look at what you did over the past year to meet someone. Did you really do all you could have? Did you really consider every aspect of dating. Internet, network, blind dates..speed dating….did you really make an effort when someone was suggested to you.
Or, are you so set on how the person should be, and being unrealistic with what you want in a relationship?
Think,will another year go by and you you will ask yourself the same questions? Or make this year one that will count, and do everything you can to meet the person.
Sometimes you may not be ready for a match, or you receive some information on someone, and you decide at that time you are not ready. Who is to say that if/when things change for you that you can’t reconsider later on. Keep all option open.
Circumstance’s can change, or it may even be a time in your life when you are willing to open yourself up just a little more to someone that you may have not considered yesterday. Go for it, that person may just be right for you.
3 words that mean so much – but what are they really?
Some people like to hear them, other’s need you to show it. It is nice to hear it, but don’t unless you really mean it. When you do, say it to the person that you plan on spending your life with.
Then you will continue to say and show it for the rest of your life. They are an amazing 3 words, and they are so special when you really mean it. So go out, find someone to love, and spend time showing them, meaning it, and have fun.
Dating on-line is very difficult, and for some, depending on where you live, or your crazy schedule’s the only way to meet someone.
I hear so many people saying “I think I am in love” when they haven’t even met the person. Try not to get caught up in the phone or on-line relationship. Until you actually meet you will not know if you really are “in love”.
I remember a 6 week phone relationship, I thought this was it. We had so much in common, where looking for the same things in a marriage, religion, everything was perfect. Or so I thought, I figured I would fly out to meet him, and know that I was meeting for future spouse ( oh, why was I doing the flying, friends had fixed us up, so I figured it was easier this way, and I could stay with them, then finding a place for him in my community).
Well, he walked in, and there was no chemistry, for both of us. Looking back, was it a waisted 6 weeks, not at all, I learned a few things, and got to have a great weekend away with my friends.
But I also learned, not to get caught up in the phone calls. The next time, I took it a little easier, and was more realistic. ( and yes there were other long distance relationships).
When I think back to my many years of dating – (getting married at 40 for the first time, I really can say this). I try to figure out ways to help other single’s. What am I doing?
I am always trying to meet people of all ages, and I keep my mind open when I am speaking….mmm maybe I know someone for this person….
I want to try to fix them all up, but there is a problem. Not knowing how to network more, where to find the single’s, yes you keep meeting them, I have so many woman, and not enough men. I have even called other matchmakers, left messages and never heard back.
Maybe it is time we stop thinking about the “number’ game, how many people can we fix up, and instead all work together to just get people matched up. Look to do more for the single’s, run programs, in religious communities have Single’s Shabbos meals, get the communities involved in single events. Network.
But I think, most important, as we all get married, and still have single friends, don’t forgt about them. Still keep in touch, get together with them, we may not have as much in common with them anymore, but they were once our friends and should continue to be so!
You are ready to date, either after a divorce, relationship that just ended, or young and you are starting out in the dating world.
Feel good about yourself, if you are acting desperate, you will appear that way.
If you are confident and feeling great, then that is how you will appear to the other person.
Be happy with who you are, and try to take positive attitude about everything, when you look, act and feel happy, then you will be
- Pictures don’t always do someone justice, it is better to review the profiles and accept or decline from what is written.
- Does it hurt to speak with someone on the phone; you never know who your match will be?
- Flexibility – try to be a little more…dating is difficult but if you limit yourself to postal/zip codes, you probably won’t meet.
- What you may consider to be your ideal match won’t be. Especially as we get older, try to be a little more open minded and honest with yourselves, if you aren’t serious then don’t put someone through the hardache.