Just read an article entitled "Is the Internet Ruining Love?" It analyzes the pro and con of online matchmaking. Here is the link--check it out: http://bit.ly/qVCxi1
What is the cause of the distress that most of us have in our intimate lives? Read my answer to this question below.
I'm looking for a congenial female with whom to share the good life--in real life (not online).
What does the good life mean for you?
For me, it means things like:
--Mutual compassion, comprehension and chemistry
--Similar worldview and outlooks on life
--Healthy disdain for our society's rampant throwaway materialism
--Healthy relationship with money, which includes an ability for conscious financial intimacy with a long-term life partner (also known as a pre-nup)
I'm following a friend's advice (who found love on OKCupid) and mostly focusing on answering a lot of questions in the hope that the proprietary matching algorithm will find congenial people for conversation, friendly get togethers, and if there is some chemistry, dating. I try to live very day as if it mint be my last. My finite life energy is a precious gift which I'm trying to be a good steward of.
In my workaday world, I spend a lot of time helping clients be more successful in their businesses. I only wish the dating world could be as easy. About the only thing I could offer at this point is that most of us contain all the rules for successful dating in our teens and twenties, but once into our middle years the developmental tasks change, so we need new ways to meet and greet people. These principles are emerging slowly, and so there is a lot of confusion out there. Good luck!