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Today's Dating Blog  

So today we are going to post what we think are the top dating networks are for this year. We measured the ratings by over all experience and ease of use of the dating chat site. One of Facebook's latest updates includes "Graph Search," which lets you narrow down friends or friends of friends that have the same interests as you. I tried to see what guys came up when I entered my criteria (male, likes cats, and Italy) and the results were disappointing. Only three "friends of friends" met that criteria and they were a lot older than me. What do you think? Is finding love online the way to go or is it best to be left to chance? Let me know in the comments!

1. Match.com - The number one destination for online dating with more dates, more relationships, & more marriages than any other dating or personals site.
2. PlentyOfFish - The Leading Free Online Dating Site for Singles & Personals. 3,000,000 Daily Active Online Dating Users.
3. OkCupid -  Free Online Dating - The fastest growing free dating site for singles.
4. Zoosk Online Dating Site & Dating Apps
5. eHarmony - #1 Trusted Singles Online Dating Site Ė More than Personals

 

Tuesday's Dating Blog  

You're not looking to bang every person you meet online. Sometimes, you're just looking for friends. But somehow, meeting someone you know online platonically has become a far more awkward endeavor than a random DateFling date. You know her but you dont know her. Do you shake hands? Do you hug? Do you do that open-palmed half-wave? God forbid she goes for the hug and you go for the handshake like you're in some jerking, uncoordinated, chest-poking dance.

We know how to navigate these waters with dates we picked up online, but digital friendships don't always translate seamlessly to the real world. And yet increasingly, internet is how we meet people now. So you better be able to ride out that unavoidable initial awkwardness.

That looming uncertainty of what someone you already know is really like is where a lot of the nerves come from. Plus, there's the very normal desire to make a good first impression. But there are a few easy ways to make the butterflies in your stomach chill out a little bit.

Meet in a group setting. Do you have a few people you know from the internet you'd like to meet? Why not all meet at once? If you're going to be awkward, at least be awkward together. You'd all have to be trying very deliberately to achieve much awkward silence between the five of you. (Though god help you if you do.)

Meet somewhere public. As with Craigslist transactions and drug deals, you'll want to meet somewhere with other people around. A bar is the most obvious destination, because there will at least be a bartender there and there's a clearcut escape route. Plus, booze!

Bring a friend for support. The buddy system isn't a bad idea, either. Sometimes it helps to have another mouth around to keep the conversation going. And again, it provides you with an easy out.

I've actually done real life meetups quite a bit. One that stands out happened in February with a bunch of media types at a dark bar in Brooklyn that serves kitschy beach drinks. We decided, Hey we jabber at each other all day through our keyboards, why not make it honest and actually, you know hang out? This is sort of an extraordinary circumstance, but everything came together perfectly. It started with a few people who knew each other from Twitter and whatnot and wanted to have a drink together, and the word sort of spread to others who wanted to join in on the fun IRL. It was great! And all the awkwardness was avoided thanks to the group setting (and the drinks).

The beauty of the whole thing is that we never would have met were it not for the internet. Not every situation is so ideal, but there's no reason your internet friends can't be real world friends too. (shared from datefling)

 

Monday's Dating Blog  

So youíve met a guy. What do you do next? Act interested? But you donít want to come on too strong. Ignore him? But then he wonít know youíre alive. Knock him to the ground? No, that only works in first grade. Though Iíve landed quite a catch now (shout out to my wonderful husband, Brian!), I remember it all too well . . . trying to get the attention of a guy youíre interested in without making a fool of yourself.

Iím so thankful I didnít have to deal with facebooking, snap-chatting, instagramming, and tweeting when I was in high school. Nowadays girls spend so much time updating their status, checking to see who liked a comment or picture, and thinking theyíre getting to know the perfect guy, who happens to look like Ryan Gosling. (Itís always such a letdown to learn that the Internetís prince charming actually looks more like that boy from Diary of a Wimpy Kid.) Flirting doesnít have to be painful, it can actually be fun! Iím not talking about playing games with guys Ė trying to make every guy you meet think that you like them; thatís rude.

So whatís a girl supposed to do when she meets a guy sheís interested in? Here are a few things Iíve learned . . .

Donít try too hard. Just be yourself. If the guy doesnít seem interested in what you have to say, itís his loss.
Donít wait around for (or stalk) the guy youíd like to spend time with. Keep busy with the things and people that bring you happiness. God wants us to be happy. Seek out the people, conversations, and activities that bring you joy.
Donít be afraid to move on. There are plenty of people out there to get to know, and more than enough time to find the interesting ones to spend time with.
Donít open up too fast. Luckily The Bachelorette is not your guide for how quickly you have to share your life story before the next contestant enters the room. Youíre a treasure to be sought after, so let the guy do the work in getting to know you.
Do dress in a way that flatters your body. That doesnít mean reveal your whole body. If the lack of your clothing is what attracts a guy, donít be surprised when he doesnít seem interested in the real you. Being stared at all day by every guy that walks by is not what is going to make you happy. Summertime is a great time to wear bright, fun colors that catch a guyís eye. Not to run around in public wearing shorts that look like underwear.
Do Smile. Be the happy version of yourself. You donít need to act like youíve just won a million dollars if youíre having the worst day of your life, but you also donít need to act like youíre sharing your deepest thoughts with your therapist.
Do make eye contact. Let a guy know youíre interested and really listen to him. And not just the stories heís telling, listen to the words heís using to communicate. Does he need to use bad language to sound cool or get a laugh? Does he need to talk negatively about others to make himself feel better? Donít waste your time on a guy who isnít going to add something positive to your life.
Do relax. Remember God has a plan for your life, a plan to bring you great joy and happiness (Jeremiah 29:11-15). Donít stress thinking youíre going to mess up Godís plan if you say the wrong words, get caught on a day you havenít done your hair, or laugh at all the wrong times. God wants your happiness even more than you do; you can trust that Heíll provide for everything you need. (shared from lifeteen)


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