Too often, when we go to online dating sites, we discover that we can barely make out the people in the photo and become apprehensive about contacting them for fear of what they may actually look like.It’s obvious that when it comes to online dating, the photo is the biggest selling point, so how can so many people get it so wrong?On the upside, it means the people you meet are likely to be more compatible with you than some random guy you meet in a bar who you know nothing about.On the downside, it feeds into our already rampant expectations that there is indeed a perfect person out there who will tick all our boxes. You’re effectively making a list of all the characteristics and features that make up your idea of the perfect person: hair colour, height, income, likes, dislikes. Believing in Mr Perfect is about as silly as believing Christian Grey really does exist.
They profess unending love as their motivator and, unfortunately, many women have fallen for it.
Love is there and still living if you are prepared for romance and know exactly what you want.
Online dating does work — it did for us :)» more John & Christie: «It still gets better every day! We have never imagined dating online could be this great and lead to a long-lasting relationship.
» more Mike & Caren: «After coming really close to giving up on finding someone who was right for me I have finally found her dating profile and realised — this is the woman I want to spend my entire life with!
We are happily married now and just bought our first home together!