Do & Dont’s of Social Media Dating

 Dating has changed….Social media has transformed the dating landscape. Every day more and ore people meet their next date using social network… That’s why you should learn the rules of social media dating, and turn those ‘likes’ into love.

  1. DO. Snapchat: Personally, I’m a fan of snapchatting. It’s easy, fun, and more entertaining than texting. BUT only snap him if he reciprocates your snaps…because if he stops responding to your semi-attractive selfies…then it just gets a little weird.
  2. DON’T: mistake ‘Friending’ with ‘Meeting in person’. Both have value, but if you’re serious about meeting someone, prioritize face-to-face meetings over virtual connections.
  3. DO: follow up! If you’ve enjoyed meeting someone, tell them so with a simple note, message or text afterwards. Common courtesy and kindness are never outdated.
  4. DON’T: be creepy. If someone’s not interested in you, ‘Facebook stalking’ or ‘Sexting’ them will annoy them, and likely ruin any chance that they’ll introduce you to their hot friend who might be perfect for you!
  5. DO: take your time. Not everything in life is made to happen at the speed of light. Take the time to really get to know somebody by spending quality time together, doing things that you both enjoy.
  6. DON’T: rush it. Changing your Facebook status to ‘in a relationship’ is not an acceptable way of letting someone know you want to be with them. Talk about it first, and respect their feelings if they would prefer to keep your relationship status private.
  7. DO: be social! Dating is a numbers game, so connecting with new people on social media can expand your personal network, and put some spark in your dating life.
  8. DON’T: be a ‘text spammer’! Sending endless texts or messages to someone before meeting them in person can send the message that you’re not serious… or simply not someone they want to meet in person.
  9. DO: be open-minded! Social media is here to stay, and helps many people feel more connected in their world. Whether you love it or hate it, be respectful of your partner’s views on social media, even if they differ from yours.
  10. DO.Take it easy with pictures of the two of you on Instagram: Different people have different preferences when starting a new relationship, but if you are just in the beginning stages of hooking up with someone (or if you have a sense of whether he’s into “going public” with you) be careful about how many pictures you upload to Instagram and/or Facebook. Although you might really like someone and want to show everyone your happy, cloud 9 bliss…your boy toy might not be so keen on the idea right away. After all, once a couple-y pic of the two of you shows up on Facebook, you might as well be dating!
  11. DON’T: Avoid “like” to  all of his/her pictures: Like. Like. Like. STOP. Liking a picture or “favorite-ing” a tweet every once in a while is fine. It’ll put you on his/her radar and let him/her know you’re thinking about him…but before you get all click happy, make sure you’re not coming off as too aggressive, especially if the two of you are still trying to figure out your relationship. It’s tempting, yes, but you will be much happier in the long run if you go a little more under the radar.


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7 dont’s that end a relationship even before it begins…

Have you ever had a relationship and you ended before it ever began? Today we will speak about that kind of relationships who ended ingloriously almost from the first dates and the reasons why…

Relationships are hard. So hard, that sometimes we destroy them before they even come to be. There are some short, but VERY SHORT relationships we wonder why finished so early and actually even before the begging. Maybe we do things that keep the other person away from us? Let’s take a look at that points:

1.Being so much available. Don’t do it. NO. I know you want to be free whenever they are, but you are not at the mercy of their schedule. You have your own life, your own people to hang out with and you should stop trying to keep your entire evening free for them. You’re dating. Your relationship isn’t the one you have with food a.k.a it’s with you all the time.

2.Asking constantly to go out or hang out. Stop it. Breathe. Give each other space. If you’re going to spend every free minute with them, what do you have friends and an entire social life that existed before them for? There’s we time and me time. Make time for both.

3. Texting all the time. Another wrong step. Texting is great, sexting is great but excessive texting and you can say bye to your relationship. Like you, people are busy. Your partner isn’t going to have all the time in the world to get back to you.

4.Oversharing & overanalyzing. Stop reading too much into stuff and trying to decipher some non-existent double meaning.  From the first date until well into the early stages of the relationship, enjoy the process of discovering one another and realise there is a right time and place for sharing deeply intimate and private experiences, histories and feelings…

5. Declare that is the “One”. Finding the right partner for you is the most wonderful thing in life… but saying that from first dates is not a good way to impress the other…you are dating, not planning the rest of your lives together just yet. Those dates are to know each other as people. You’ll have plenty of time to find out if is the right for you…

6.Lie for any reason. There’s a difference between putting your best foot forward in the dating scene and lying to impress a new partner. Lying about yourself will only be a complication that will unravel, and undo the relationship. And yet it’s amazing how many white lies people will pile on to a new partner, hoping to appear to be a great catch.

7.Being critical and rude. This is the last but very important. If  you tend to be sour, critical, judgmental, sarcastic and generally negative stop it because it will finish the relationship for sure. If you have to say something negative, at least temper criticism with praise. Your new partner needs and wants to know they are with someone they can be happy with.



10 dont’s of chatting

Today we’ll make a list of 10 bad points that you should avoid when you are chatting online…When to comes to the online world, there are plenty of disasters waiting to happen. Although some of them are unavoidable, there are many things you can do to prevent a disastrous outcome. 

However, keep on mind those 10 dont’s of online chating and  enjoy your  time  on interested online meetings…

1. Don’t be afraid to make the first move…

2.Don’t wait for someone you’re interested in to message you first!

3.Don’t lie on your dating profile and messages. If you really want this to go somewhere, you’ll have to be honest.

4.Don’t respond to every email that you receive-unless you really want to.

5. Don’t let anyone you meet online know your home address.

6.Don’t write your life story when conversing through e-mail.

7.Don’t be rude. Be patient and polite. 

8.Don’t rush. Take it easy…give time to known each other better.

9.Don’t upload an old photo as your profile image. Be honest about your personality, hobbies and interests.

10.Don’t wait too long to meet. Once you’ve exchanged emails and texts you can move to the next step, which is talking on the phone.

Remember all above and you will definitely have a succesfull online meeting…