Friday, April 23, 2010

As on the dating sites free online Safe

There are thousands of online dating sites on the Internet. You can also find online dating sites credible are free. There are also those with excellent online dating sites that can offer offer minimal registration fees, the privacy policies that protect you against all illegal acts and fraud.

How to find free online sites on the Internet, you can find popular search engines like Yahoo and Google to reputable online dating services. However, it can be difficult to see a 100% free online dating service. You can browse and search sites online and free, but the chances of an online dating service can be credibly low.

If you are willing to pay the price are ready, we were able to offer good deals for new friends on the Internet. There are great opportunities and possibilities a match with potential partners in the future will just surprise you. If you still intend to free online dating sites, you can always succeed. You just need some patience to find the right one.

You can pay or not pay for online dating service. The important thing is that you meet a new friend or partner over the Internet. If you find someone on the Internet, it is recommended that you remember some tips to make your online dating safety and fun.

1st You must be honest about yourself Do not make false descriptions about themselves and never exaggerate. However, you should be careful when giving personal information to someone you have only met for the first time. There are certain personal information about you confidential and secure.

2nd Take time to know the person better. It is recommended that you get sick, give personal information before meeting with people face to face. You can compare to repeat the question on purpose and to see whether the person is in line with his statements.

3rd Do not believe everything you read especially on personal messages. You can anybody when you are online canceled. You can an anonymous e-mail address or use another account to protect you. Have fun with online dating and do not take everything seriously. However, you can exchange knowledge and skills that can work to your advantage.

4th When the time comes that you decided to take to make sure that your friend to accompany you. It is also recommended that you meet in a public place. Take the precautions seriously. You do not really know the true intentions of the person you meet.

5th Make sure that you are an online dating service especially believable, if you have free. It is recommended that you research and learn more about the free online services.

These tips will help secure an online dating and fun. Remember that online dating is very different from the effective date. Do not take it seriously and enjoy the pleasure of meeting new friends. Once you start, the trust and credibility of the person, feel, remember, things slow to take before meeting with your friend in person.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Who Am I? - keeping it real and discovering yourself

Rule #3 is....Socrates said, "Know thyself." Marty says, "If you're not the real you, when the real you emerges, the deal is blown."

As a single, you make the decisions that affect everything you do - where and when you eat, what movie to see, what time, who you choose to be friendly with, where and when to vacation. Those choices are made by you with your own tastes, schedule and desires in mind. However, as part of a couple, if you want to keep the peace, you very often have to defer to the wants and needs of your partner.

Keep it real

When singles fill out a dating profile form, many people distort or tweak the truth. They think, "I'll write what the opposite sex wants to hear rather than desplay the real me. Besides, everyone else does it." As I mentioned above, when the real you is exposed, the deal is blown! So why waste your time as well as the time of those who you meet, interview and possibly date? "So you love to play golf and tennis?" Let's go to my club this weekend. They have a couples golf and tennis outing." Outing is the operative word. You're outed and you've wasted everybody's time. If as many men really loved to walk on the beach at midnight as say they do, the police would need to set up crowd control lines.

People lie about their age, the age of the photo they submit, their height, weight and marital status. Please, please, please - tell the truth! Be honest, candid and funny. It will be better for you in the long run.

Discover yourself

Most of us are creatures of habit. We have living patterns. We usually wake at the same time, prefer to eat the same things, and eat those meals at the same time, watch the same TV shows, dress the same way, associate with the same people, live in the same house, town, area, or state without ever thinking about redecorating or even moving. We keep the same job in the same pigeonbole cubicle, drive the same car, wear the same watch, all the while admiring others who "do" or "change" things.

I'm not talking about winning the lottery and being able to afford to make major changes. Start slowly. Rule #4 is .... Change your way of thinking. Try to think outside the box. Try to change something everyday. Wake up a few minutes earlier, lie down on the floor and stretch for a few minutes. Change the cereal you have had for breakfast since childhood. Go to the library or get on the Internet and investigate new places to travel to on your vacation. What interests you?

You must have some curiosity about something. Look into it. The rewards of learning can be mind-blowing. You get the idea. Rule #5 is .....Coustantly think about change. Drink Coke? Try Pepso. You'll be amazed at how interesting you'll become by experimenting with new things. You'll actually start a love affair with yourself. C'mon, start walking. It's great exercise, you'll lose weight and you'll learn more about what's going on in your neighborhood. Ask a person you've always admired to lunch, take flying lessons, go whitewater rafting. Any hot air balloon rides nearby? Check your local paper for upcoming club meetings, then try one. You may like it. You certainly will meet new people. Repaint one wall in your home your favorite color Cancel magazines you really don't read or subscribe to The Week and you can get rid of most of them. Call or visit a family member or an old friend or acquaintance you like, but haven't called in a while. Rule #6 is .....Do the Jumble in the morning paper and watch Jeopardy at night. You'll expand your mind and may just fight off Alzheimer's.

Rule #7 is....Learn new jokes. Tell them right away, even if it's just to your mirror, and they'll be stored in your mind's joke library for future recall when someone reminds you of the subject matter. Once you tell it, you own it; it's only a small matter of connecting hte brain synapse. Rule #8 is ...Turn into an entrepreneur. What product or service is needed? Write your own business plan. Simple at first, one paragraph describing the idea will do, then refine it, expand it, talk to trusted friends, network and maybe you can turn it into a real business. Look for people with similar ideas and tastes. Go to a museum. Expand your options and you'll expand your mind. I guarantee you'll fall in love with the new you.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Suddenly singles VS. Long time single : What are the rules?

Years ago, younger singles were very influenced by fairly tales and grandmothers who said, "someday soon your true love will come along and you will get married, live in a beautiful house with a white picket fence, have a bunch of children and live happily ever after." Things have changed. Fairly tales and grandmothers are still around, but younger singles have many more options. More experienced and wiser parents have realized that the best thing you can teach your child is self-respect, self-confidence and never having to depend on anyone. Focus on a career, a business niche or a good job. Marriage and a family have taken a back seat to independence.

Is being a Long-Time Single a life choice or that you just haven't met the right person yet? I have met several extraordinary women who have never married. This category also included women who married the wrong person or married too young, divorced and never remarried.

Most claim to be happy with their "freedom." Some have gotten close, but couldn't close the deal. Most have told me that as they've grown comfortable in their own skin, the though of "taking care of somebody," compromising on too many issues, taking on additional responsibilities with baggage, where to live, and keeping two places are just creating too much of a change "in my comfortably happy lifestyle."

Some long-time singles have found the "one," but refuse to get married. Why bring in the lawyers and government? If we choose to end it, we will. We don't need divorce lawyers and a day in court to punish us emotionally and financially for choosing to move on. Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have lived together as man and woman for many years, not husband and wife. They appear to have a wonderful relationship without that "License to Bind." It is a more modern way of behavioral relationships. I know a few older gentlemen who believe asking a woman to marry, giving her a ring, their name and "legitimizing" the relationship is the optimal expression of love. I also know some older women who feel that only marriage morally legitimized their sexual behavior together. "What would the children, the neighbours, and the friends think if we're sleeping together and not married? It's a sin!"

Whether by death or divorce, the Suddenly Single have the burden of dealing with the loss of a spouse. I have deted a few women who have suffered the loss of a loved one, endured a substantial time for mourning, then got encouraged by friends and relatives to "get out there." Some are ready; many are not.

A cab driver heard from his single male passenger that the passenger just played golf and had a hole-in-one. THe cab driver said, "Congratulations, but I know a guy named Harold who got a hole-in-one at least once a month. Harold was also a championship tennis player who played in the U.S. Open, was an award-winning ballroom dancer, a gourmet chef, an accomplished musician who wrote dozens of songs, played ten instruments perfectly, was perhaps the world's greatest lover, made millions in the stock market and millions more in his business. " The passenger was amazed. Who is this incredible guy? Do you really know him? "He passed away," the cab driver said, "I've never met him, but my wife was married to him."

Some people never get over their loss. They tend to compare their current date with the embellished memory of their dearly departed. Unfortunately, no one can measure up.

Rule #2 is ...A bit of advice - if you're the spouse of the dearly departed, be aware that no one wants to hear about him or her repeatedly. You can say we visited there, or we saw that show, but try hard to keep your mourning private. And if you're the date, keep your antennae at full mast. If it seems that they mention their lost spouse too often, they probably are still in mourning. If it doesn't diminish, they are not quite ready for a new person in their life.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect

Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you have decided to look beyond the imperfections

Thursday, June 18, 2009

What a woman wants in her man

Tall, dark, handsome, rich with a good sense of humour - this indeed forms the perfect package when it comes to choosing a potential male partner

However, women at times, expect a little too in terms of what they want in a man. Be it physical appearance, behavioural traits or personality attributes, women can’t stop asking for more!

Several studies in the past have shed light on the qualities that women look forward to in their Prince Charming and most girls tend to stick to these parameters when it comes to making their choice. Be it a man’s intelligence, his voice tone, romantic nature, pricey possessions, dancing skills etc, women tend to relate to these qualities and pick the best out of the lot.

The evolution theory states that women seem to seek signs of resource acquisition in men to maximise prospects for their kids. They prefer older men who tend to be more advanced in their careers, or of higher status in society and are therefore likely to be a better bet in terms of providing resources.

Here’s the complete guide for men to know what exactly it takes to impress a woman...

Be intelligent : Intelligence is a sure shot way to woo a woman, not only while talking to her, but also during lovemaking moments. A study confirmed that when it comes to picking a bed-mate, both for one-night stands and long-term relationships, women prefer intelligent men to dumb jocks.

Expert say : No matter how financially liberal a man is, intelligence still remains a quintessential quality. When it comes to taking decisions in emotional and physical matters, women expect men to be in the driving seat. Having an intelligent mate also brings women a certain reassurance that their needs and demands will be well satisfied with better communication and understanding.

Deep baritone : Masculinity comes alive in your voice, so if you have a softer pitch, which sounds feminine, isn’t really a great thing to rely on. Women usually look out for men who can be assertive, tough and equally passionate using their voice. A research suggested that women prefer men with deep voices because it signals strength, dominance and good genes.

Expert say : Women are approximately seven times more attracted towards a man who has a deeper voice and a superior position and a dominating work style. High-pitch voices hint towards a pro-social behaviour, so women find such men more reliable.

Be romantic not a rich : A simple recipe to win a woman's heart is to give her loads of love and keep up the romance. It’s not always the case that a girl chases a guy for materialistic reasons, rather women seek romantic mates. A recent survey revealed that most women believe that their perfect man needs to be romantic and not rich.

Expert say : Dr. Khurana states, “The concept of nuclear family has off late become quite popular, so the love, care and affection that were missing earlier, a woman wants that feeling of fulfillment from her life partner. Romance enhances love and emotions, whereas money or wealth is only for materialistic comfort. Men may shower their female partners with money, but the luxuries of no use unless your mate is not there with you to enjoy the good times.”

Drive a cool car : Women are keen to hang out with a self-made man with a secured future. Whether that stature comes from your bank balance or an expensive car - make the most of your dream wheels to flatter women. A study confirmed that driving a flashy car really does make a person more attractive to women.

Expert say : Materialistic needs are priorities, depending on the woman’s lifestyle Women are naturally drawn to men who can provide for them and ensure the survival of their children. Thus they are attracted to strong and vigorous men who exhibit behaviour that indicate high status.

Look sexy with more hair : A clean shaven body or a half bald look can be a turn-off for your female partner. A research found that ladies looking for love on dating websites are more likely to contact men with a full head than those who are thinning on top.

Expert say : In the past, men were never into makeovers and beauty treatments and they were simply crude. And women have grown up seeing their dads and brothers in a typical macho man look, so this orientation of preferring men with more hair has been there with them since childhood.

Dance like Travolta : It’s not always that women get attracted to men who can do sensuous salsa or romantic ball dance, so let your flamboyance do the talking. According to a research, John Travolta’s flamboyant dance style in the cult film ‘Saturday Night Fever’ is of the kind that is the most attractive to women.

Expert say : Highly-coordinated, complex movements are attractive to women as they see dancing to be a co-ordination between a healthy body and a controlled mind. So a man who is able to dance in a flambouyant style is judged as a person who has control over his mind and likes to work on his mind. Your dancing style may reflect what is going on inside a person's head. If they are self-conscious, it will be reflected in the way they dance.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Life's tuition

Life is an education. At every turn, if our eyes and hearts are open, we learn about ourselves, about others, about love, about survival. Our not-so-gerat experiences are the tuition we pay for education; our so-great experiences are merit scholarships.

Hideous date, if kept in perspective, are just another lesson in your on-going education. It's not the end of the world; it's the beginning of class.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Five ways to put a so-so date in perspective

  1. Ask your parents if every date they ever had was stellar
  2. List how many good moments you had
  3. Remind yourself that not every word out of your date's mouth was a pearl of wisdom
  4. Count how many Saturday nights you have left if you live to be 80
  5. Rent When Harry Met Sally