Like, you know, you’re meeting people, you’re kind of presenting yourself - here’s who I am, wanting to know who they are, but there is, in the structure of being online you actually don’t get that feeling you get with somebody in person. And we, you know, as women especially we have that intuition, we can pick things up, there are those nuances. So right from the get-go you’re dealing with, not lies, but kind of some half-truths. Now here’s what I found really works about online dating is if you are willing to tell the truth about yourself.
If you’re willing to tell the truth about yourself you are going to then naturally attract somebody who they want to tell you the truth about them, and then you’re off to a good start.
‘Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion, it is not the desire to mate every second minute of the day…
That is just being “in love”, which any fool can do.
Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away.’ Every relationship has a different dynamic but if you love your partner, then you care for them and want only what is best for them.
Love is patient, forgiving and kind, and when we love we show compassion and that we truly care.
Info Dad blog, 1/29/15"Elliott deserves credit for tackling so many issues involved in post-breakup life and for handling them in a plainspoken way...
"Hudson Valley News," 2/20/15 The most valuable part of the bookis the collection of love stories at the end.
You can’t develop a successful relationship without putting enough effort into it.
Firstly, you need to gather your courage and approach a woman. And after that, you should work on your relationship together to keep it alive.
Bookviews Blog, March 2015 [Elliott] does not shy from the fact that exes, children, and boyfriends with kids are components of the modern dating scene.
AARP.org, 5/13/15 Spare, straightforward and full of good advice on how to tell a good person from a bad one, how to figure out what you want and how not to compromise your core principles.