We are a package deal!! Going out sometimes takes planning so you must understand that and be willing to work with it.
The dating process is give and take. If you only see it as "taking", you are not "getting" it.
Initiate and Elaborate- Speak up! Don't be afraid to say Hi!....Ok let me add to this...Say more then just Hi!
A conversation goes both ways. Not to come off rude but if if you have conversations with just one or two word answers and replies or you expect the other person to ask everything or carry the whole thing, then it's like pulling teeth and nobody likes getting their teeth pulled.
I have realized from reading some profiles that people try to blame online dating but the website has nothing to do with it, it is the people on it and these are the same people that are in you run into in every day. People just tend to be bolder online and you get them in higher volumes online. Just be yourself and it will come to you, don’t rush things just to be in “something”. It may not come as fast as you want but nothing good ever came easy. Why compromise who you are or what you really want? Don’t spend your time trying to impress the wrong person?
Physical attraction is important, but at what are you willing to give up for it? Being with someone you like looking at but you can't stand talking to or have nothing to talk about? There has to be substance!!
There is a big difference in having things in common with someone or having a connection.
They are completely different and shouldn't be treated as such. You might like similar things but that does not always mean you will get along or your personalities won’t clash.
I have 5 tattoos, all covered except 2 of them. I put it out there because I know they are not some people’s thing.
I try to joke and laugh often and I am very optimistic. If you can't laugh at yourself, then how can you laugh at anybody else?
Light travels faster than sound. That's why certain people appear bright until you hear them speak.
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind."