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.



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Raymond is a Mental Health activist and cryptocurrency enthusiast. He fuels his activism by taking to the web and trying to create core change in the way people interact. As an ex-Community​ Manager, Raymond has a unique approach to communication and relationships and believes the way forward in life is improving the interactions between one another. Raymond started his blogging activities as a way to heal from a chequered past, and through this, his blog has become something far more empowering than he ever imagined. And thus, The Relationship Blogger Magazine was born.


  1. Hi again Raymond….already made a comment, but I guess WA wants me to make another. Geez, just watched the Jason Capital video….I wasn’t even aware something like that exists….sounds like he found a better way to ‘earn’ big bucks!

    Besides the vulgarity, not sure it is relative to your site as ‘online dating’….that’s more relevant to simple online sex…Bruce

    1. I really appreciate that you gave me your feelings on this subject. Thank you for that. I actively encourage people to challenge my opinion and position on things. It keeps me in touch. Ok in answer to your comment:

      You and I are probably from very different eras, and I am assuming that it was considered proper to hide your emotions away from the outside world especially anything of sexual nature. My era and after is the generation of Pornhub, Xvideos, Xhamster and all those websites. Men are becoming more and more overt about their sexual inhibitions, and similarly, when someone talks to us (men) about a new service they have to attract women – their end result is going to have to be sex. Why? Well, my [now] wife; when I first met her the furthest I was thinking in the future was when was I going to get her into bed. Also – we have Hollywood graphically dumbing down our senses to anything explicit in nature.

      In my opinion Jason Capital is the real deal. He explains how to attract women and then the rest is up to you. I don’t know about you but I’m happy with only one. I’m sure millions of other unsuccessful men only want one girl to cherish too 🙂

  2. Hi Raymond,
    I think I am still very old school person at some point. Internet dating sounds kinda scared to me. I mean I never met a man before and need to meet him in person for the very first time. Don’t you think that is dangerous? Or you mean meet a group of people first, And date one-one?

    1. Awesome stance Yishan. Yes, it can be daunting at first, and yes, I would encourage meeting a man with a group of people. Women are usually very intuitive when it comes to talking to people online and meeting people outside for the first time – so you can basically filter him with your friends and deside if you want to go one to one later. A good idea, yes? 🙂

  3. Hi Raymond,
    I never imagined the fantastic world of future engagement or just a fun time that you could have at your fingertips when browsing dating sites. I do not know if in the future I will enroll in one of those places but I wonder how safe it is and what degree of risk they using your personal information?.

    1. Hi renan,

      I think no more than the standard website. Did you know that Facebook uses every shred of information you give it to bring you targeted ads from selected advertisers? The worst offenders are the social media websites for the privacy hoarding.

      Thanks – yes, browsing dating sites can be fun and engaging. I’ll be writing more about them later 🙂

  4. Nice Article. This is really good for people who want to try internet dating to hopefully find their lifetime partner.

  5. Very nice article. Truly, love is everywhere, and it abounds in the internet. As with other businesses, the business of finding love has its twists and turns. You can never know the results but at least you can try.

    This post gives good insights to people who would like to move into this direction in search for the love of their life.

    1. Thanks rule – Yes. Love is. You can find love wherever you want to if you have that positive attitude 🙂 Exactly – if you never try, you will never find out!

      Thanks for the feedback 🙂

  6. Hi!
    I have never used any of these services as I have been happily married for 25 years, but I do have friends who have used them in the past with mixed results.
    I think if a person really is careful and accurate in their profiles it can work out.
    I agree about the differing opinions out there and one should really try it out before they condemn any service like this.
    Keep the articles coming!


    1. Exactly Shawn 🙂 The more honest you are the better I think. Because it doesn’t leave angry people afterwards depending to the degree they have been lied to.

      Thanks. It’s a lot of fun writing this! 🙂

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