Red flags for women in online dating
We all know by now that online dating is a key way to find a relationship.Signing up or logging on seems to now be the easy part.For some reason, nailing the profile or spotting lies in other people’s profiles tends to be the hard part.
“With dating sites, a candidate’s sales pitch, based on the information he wants you to believe, mostly comes long before there is any chance the two of you will be in the same room.So, what is he going to tell you about his status, his success, or his financial security that will get you into the same room with him?” Of course, the same holds true for women’s profiles as well.Stacie Ikka, a relationship expert , says it can be tough to tell which daters are for real and which ones are just giving you a line.To help online daters discern fact from fiction and guard their hearts, Ikka says there are at least five red flags to look for when perusing profiles (while keeping in mind that her remarks are generalizations and that there are exceptions as well as alternate perspectives, intentions, and interpretations).
You can learn a lot about a man by reading between the lines of his email. That being said, there are newly divorced and widowed quality men on dating sites who are genuinely looking for a woman with whom to share their lives.