How can you make the transition from old-fashioned matchmaking to dating in cyberspace?
Well here’s the first thing you need to know before, I mean you’re actually doing it, but before you do online dating is it’s not the same as dating people who you’re in person with. There are a lot of things that are the same about it. They kind of say things about themselves that might be kind of true but not really true because they want somebody to like them.How in the world are you supposed to discover your TRUE match when what is being put out there isn't true?It's as if some online daters are not hoping to have a romantic evening but rather are preparing to do battle by jousting with their noses. Do they really think that when they finally encounter their date in person, that it won't be immediately obvious that they are two cup sizes smaller, two inches shorter and 20 pounds heavier than they claimed online?’ For Britain’s 16 million singles, looking for love online is the norm.Studies have suggested that anything between 35 and 50 per cent of all couples in the UK, now meet via the web.