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By Lori on August 27, 2010
You’ve Got Male-
California dating and New York dating have one thing in common: One way or another, most people have to meet other singles online. Millions of people across the country who are single again, perhaps dating after divorce or loss, think nothing of creating an online profile to help them meet more people with common interests than they might otherwise meet in person.
These days, if you are newly single and ready to start dating again, the first connection you’ll need to make is to the Internet.
Yet even though online dating has become the norm, many women are still reluctant to give it a try. I felt that way after my divorce. I didn’t want to seem hard up. Many of the women who’ve written to us have expressed the same fear: “I don’t want men to think I’m a loser.”
But in reality, no one really thinks that about online dating anymore, largely because it’s such a successful way to meet people now that the Internet is integral to nearly everyone’s life. People from all walks of life are connecting with each other online for all sorts of reasons: business, friendship, family, special interests. Online dating is just one more common and effective way to connect.
That image you may have of a World Wide Web populated by middle-aged men living in their parents’ basements is no longer relevant. Sure, those guys are still out there, but so are millions of quality, Internet-savvy men who are hoping to be as successful in love as they have been in other aspects of their lives—just like you.
As I explain in my video response to Lisa, one of many women who asked us about whether they should try online dating, meeting men online is a great way to find out whether you really resonate with someone.
In other words, you have to click to click.
We’ll discuss online dating and more on my blog page right here. We’ll share our funniest and worst dating moments, and I’ll answer your most pressing questions about getting back into the dating game.