I'm not ready to offer this service to my coaching clients yet, but I did decide to write about what I've learned to help people approach it safely.
The most important thing to tackle if you're a complete newbie is how to BE SAFE as you begin your quest for love.
So, before you click "Flirt," "Like," "Favorite," or IM your next prospective match, here are some suggestions:1.
Don't use your real name (or anything that gives away your identity).
She has lived and worked in North America, Europe, and Africa, and takes additional international trips to Asia and South America every year.
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There’s no need to be pushy when you’re trying to get hold of their phone numbers/address.
Take your time and get to know each other in the comfort of the online dating environment before taking your potential relationship offline.
Exchanging a few messages to establish some common goals and interests will stand you in good stead for if and when you eventually meet, by providing some instant conversation topics.
Try to deal with your emails as quickly as possible.
For example, if you know you’re going to be away for a while, drop those you’re in regular contact with a note to say you’re going away, but that you’re looking forward to chatting with them when you get back.