You can actually hear your biological clock ticking. You have precious few years to find a man to fall in love with, make him fall in love with you, get married, and have a baby or it’s lights out. You already know all of the men in your social circle. Not that they aren’t nice guys, some of them, but none of them is your soul mate. What’s a girl supposed to do?
Consider online dating. You have the chance to read hundreds of profiles and look at hundreds of pictures in search of that someone that will be right for you. Maybe he lives in the same city you do maybe he will live across the country or even in another country altogether. You aren’t limited to only those men that you come in contact with personally. The possibilities are practically endless.
Is online dating safe, you might ask? Aren’t the online dating sites made up entirely of perverts, sexual predators and weirdos in assorted shapes and sizes? the short answer is, no they aren’t. Not any more anyway, if they ever were.
That was true when online dating first came on the scene but now it is main stream. It’s as safe as you make it using common sense and sound judgment. Use the same caution that you would when meeting any stranger. Don’t give him your full name, address or telephone number until you feel quite safe doing so.
Nowadays, the Internet is more controlled than previously. It is still very open, but now there are many honest business people on the Internet who regulate their websites, including dating agencies, in order to stop the trouble makers. You can help make Internet dating safer too by telling the owner of the online dating agency if one of the members acts unpleasantly while online. I’m sure the offender will be banned.
Don’t rush into a face-to-face meeting until you are certain and then make the first meeting in a public place and during the daytime. Give it a try! Mr. Right just might be only a few mouse clicks away