Just Say No to Dating Sites! by Rhett

Hey there Zazie,

First let me apologize deeply for my absence.  I have been preoccupied tryin’ to help Jett out of another jam.  I think his lastest challenge will actually turn out to be a blessing, but more on that later.

I think dating sites are to be avoided.  I am sure there are some success stories out there, yet I think they are the exception.  It is just too easy to create a profile of the person you think you are or the person you want to be instead of the person you really are.  Your experience seems to validate my previous sentence.

Now, I should qualify my comments by sayin’ I have never used a dating site.  However, I did try one of those services where you become a member and they interview you in person and then they match you up with another member they think you will be compatible with and then you meet that person for lunch or coffee.  I met a great woman through that service.  She was beautiful, dark haired and Spanish.  Her family owned a successful restaurant.  We drank tequila and smoked cigars and had some wonderful times.  It was true love for her, but not for me and so, we parted.

I think the best way to find love is through networking.  Work on expandin’ your network of friends.  Join a church, or one or two civic organizations.  Target organizations that are more likely to attract the type of person you want to meet.  I am currently fascinated by a beautiful blonde I met at a civic organization meeting.  The wider and more interesting one’s network of friends becomes, the wider and more interesting people one will meet.  And some of those people will be available.

Of course, that is just my opinion, who knows, I could be wrong.

Still, Rhett

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One Comment on "Just Say No to Dating Sites! by Rhett"

  1. Graham
    21/06/2011 at 6:25 pm Permalink

    I always wish that I will havea place to go when the romance has gone. Love has never been easy on me. I always wonder why I am always such a loser when it comes to love. When I did research over the internet and reading few articles from the expert, I found out that I did make the similar mistake over and over again. I was being too available for those guys. I think most of us did the same. What I can advise is to always love and know yourself better. Give yourself more time to learn from the past. You’ll be doing good.

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