3 Things To Avoid In Your Online Quest For Love

It has been predicted that by 2040, 70% of people will have met their loved one online. With these statistics, the odds of meeting the perfect partner through internet dating are in your favour, but it's important to make sure that you start off on the right track. Otherwise, you may stumble into certain online dating pitfalls that will deter your chances for true love. Instead, by focusing on your positive attributes and being genuine and open, you can attract the right kind of person that is interested in starting a solid, honest relationship. You can then concentrate on getting to know them properly better before arranging a first date.

 

 

Focusing on your negativity

The great Ru Paul says, “If you can’t love yourself, then how in the hell are you going to love somebody else?” Never are there truer words spoken when it comes to finding a new partner. If there are aspects of your personality or outlook that you are unhappy with, then you should work on these before looking for love. Sometimes getting an insight into your spirit and psyche can help. Having a reading from a psychic can be an interesting process and very fulfilling. By searching for online for palm readers in my area, you can find someone local that can give you an intimate view of your desires and hopes for the future and the things that you would like to change. This advice can be valuable in self-understanding, so you can move forward and focus on your positive attributes. 

 

Becoming an internet stalker

You’ve had a look at someone’s online dating profile and are interested in getting to know them better. These are the essential stages that lay the foundations of a happy relationship. Although you may be curious about a potential match, don’t be tempted to start investigating every website online to find out about them. Is spending hours studying their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter feed and Linkedin profile really a healthy way to start a new relationship? It may even come across as creepy when you tell them you’ve seen the pictures of their New Zealand holiday in 2016 and know that they broke up with their ex in 2018, whilst you are on the first date. Instead of spending time looking for a potential date online, get to know them from scratch in the old-fashioned way - it is far more satisfying. 

 

Chasing too many matches

It may be good for the ego having chats online with 20 different online matches, but it will ultimately be unfulfilling and you may risk not really having time to get to know someone well. Put your dating energy into exploring mutual common ground with one of two people. You will then get a far better impression of their personality and will be able to decide if they could be right for you. 

 

Starting your online dating quest off the right way is key if you want to find the right person for you. They could even be someone you want to spend the rest of your life with.

 

 

Jenny Lane is a freelance writer and editor. When not working she loves dedicating as much time as possible to study, including her current work for her Masters degree. She also loves to spend time with her young family, travel and swim.

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