Finding love over the internet – is it for you?
15 years ago at the height of my Internet dating quest this statement used to make friends laugh and scream “weirdo” at me. However, now, it seems that more and more people are emigrating to the long-distance route of finding their soul mates. Why? Well it can initially seems a less hurtful and painstaking route of seeking through the horrible sand to find that diamond in the rough, it can also be an escape from having your potential someone kept at arms length so they can develop a better mental image of each other; makes for better meet-ups when the time comes, and things one hates about themselves seem less apparent (hopefully).
Don’t let what people say over the internet cloud your judgement though, I’m a firm believer in empowerment and that people should make their own decisions and be accountable for their own actions. So, if you come across some random woman on Youtube with a ton of followers spouting hate about Tinder, e-harmony and the rest. Just remember one thing: Don’t let her bad decisions / experiences influence your direction in life.
Amy Young gets angry over Tinder date
Yeah, she had a shitty date. So you give up? No, you get up, brush yourself off and think, “Nah, not all men on Tinder are douche bags like this one here”. Rule of thumb, for every crazy there is an equal guy of worth out there. 🙂
Yeah, just when you thought crappy dates were limited to women; they’re not. And although there isn’t a huge amount of stories around about men, they happen, just as much as women. Us men don’t like to talk about it usually. Rule of thumb, as mentioned before.
If you’re reading this and think; Nah, this internet stuff isn’t for me and I just want to get straight into dating hot women in real life – then why not have a read of my Jason Capitals Make Women Want You review – it’s very awesome 🙂
In my opinion everyone is different and if Internet dating is your thing or could be your thing then that’s absolutely fine. Just remember there are SO many people on the Internet with varying experiences and opinions which are entirely different to yours. My mistake in life 15 years ago was listening to the endless drone of failed out-for-love protagonists and let their bad judgement cloud mine. Not again. And which is why I encourage people to be spontaneous and act in the now. Sign up for stuff, join communities and let your own life dictate your success and failures.