Adult dating dangers
Ladies, I understand that you are lonely and would like companionship, but you need to educate yourselves, and take precautions! As exciting as the attention may be, you are NOT in a race to meet someone. A lot of people post photos of themselves anywhere from 5-20 years ago! If you want to talk sooner, get their number, and block yours before calling them. Before meeting them for the first time, leave their name, phone number, and meeting place with a friend. When meeting someone for the first time, and possibly the 2nd and 3rd date too, it will minimize potential danger if you are surrounded by people. You may be trapped and not free to leave if becoming uncomfortable.
Compromising your safety and/or life does not need to be the price to pay for a date. If any serious problem arises, they (and you) can be tracked down easier and faster. Being in their car gives them all of the control of where you are going and when you are returning home. When you start dating someone seriously, remove your profile from the site and ask them to do so as well.
As awesome as that is, what happens when something goes wrong, and they aren’t your match at all?
One of the biggest and most common problem that arises is lying.
Did you know that there are 54 million single people in the United States, and 40 million of them have tried online dating?
The worldwide online dating industry grosses over billion dollars per year, making it a bigger industry than porn.
They reel you in with promises of the great life they are going to provide you, and tell you everything you want to hear, including how much they love you, rather quickly.
You answer questions such as your age, height, eye color, interests, marital status, and personal information about yourself.
You have expectations of meeting someone just right for you.
If they are truly interested in you, and don’t have commitment issues, they should have no problem doing this.
This article was not written for the purpose of scaring anyone, but was written to inform you of the realities of online dating that the promoters of the dating sites are not telling you.