This entry was posted on May 21, 2006 at pm and is filed under Dating after 40, Playing the online dating game, Releasing back into the dating pool.
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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: one of the cool and easy things about online dating is that if you’re not interested in someone, it’s perfectly acceptable to just not respond.
Superficial activities affect only the surface of our lives—they are more limited in their scope and immediate impact and they can have a negative influence on our lives, if we engage in them too frequently.
The distinction between profound and superficial phenomena is expressed in the romantic realm in the differentiation between romantic intensity and profundity, a distinction that is seldom made.
Romantic intensity is like a snapshot of a given moment, whereas in romantic profundity the temporal dimension of love has greater significance.
Create your own polite message so you can just cut and paste.Now I don’t think she expected all ten thousand to get in touch, but she was disappointed that ‘only’ just over a hundred had.I’ve also heard a lot of stories of people finding people who match their ‘requirements’ who they cannot forge a relationship with.The computer says that you can search this way so now it’s as if we seem to think that if the computer says YES, then no matter how convoluted and contradictory some of the things we want may be, or how someone may be good on virtual paper but not in reality, we expect what we want and expect to materialise. The likelihood is that if someone’s skimming through lots of profiles, they’ll likely click when something catches their eye.People browse dating sites to pass time, to look for their next Fast Forwarding opportunity (it could be hours, a day, several days, weeks, or even months) and yes to look for a relationship. They might click through on the profile, see something that does or doesn’t resonate and either respond or move on.