So, you have to take it with a grain of salt ..hope for the best..you work out a system of meeting that works best for you.Instead of thinking it doesn't work or having a negative attitude..at as a way to network in your pj's lol....you know, when your relaxed and just enjoying yourself..may be surprised about who's around the next corner (or email as the case may be) I've been "online" in various ways since about 1982 ( back when 128 bits per second wasn't that slow) and I have encountered ever form of fakery and deceit one could , electronically.But I've also met people whose forthright honesty moved me, or made me see myself in a different light. If you look at the experiences of meeting someone online, they hold a unique advantage.Regardless if you find a picture attractive, or not, so very often an "in the flesh" encounter is nothing like what you have dreamt up from the images you know. What someone says in a "profile" is often severely biased or a glossing over of the negatives... So you establish a connection online and you talk.a while.He then asked me out for dinner and cuddling after.
They told me to access the forums to hopefully meet some good people as I don't have family close by and I just lost my good friend.
True, a person could create a persona online that isn't a realistic portrayal of who they actually are.this is far too evident in the "real" world of social interaction.
Meeting someone who will fill all your desires is virtually impossible ..unless your desires are of the simplest physical kind.
And the attraction you have developed isn't swayed by the immediacy of an encounter in the real world.
Too often someones physical charms sway you into a relationship whose basis isn't rooted on a realistic grasp of what they want or need.