The Danger of Finding Love Interests Online: How Not to Be Creepy
Social media is becoming more and more popular as a dating service. Whether it’s the Facebook app or an online dating site, there are plenty of options to find someone in your area that you might like to date. But with the increased use of social media for finding love interests comes some risks: creepiness. In this blog post, with the help of Charlie Eissa services we will discuss how not to be creepy on social media when looking for love interests!
-Don’t be creepy. Creepy is defined as the act of behaving in a way that makes others feel uncomfortable or uneasy. There are plenty of girls on social media sites who don’t want to date anyone, and they’ll tell you when you’re being too pushy. If she doesn’t respond favorably, back off!
-Be your true self online. It’s easy to pretend like something about yourself is different than it actually is; just know that if someone decides not to pursue an interest with you because they found out what was really going on, then it wasn’t meant for them anyways!
-Be up front about your intentions when talking to girls online. If you both want different things but keep seeing each other anyways, then something will eventually go wrong–so just tell them upfront!
-Know how much time should pass between messages on social media sites before contacting again: One day for every year old difference in age or less than one week per month age difference; never contact within 12 hours unless there has been some type of emergency situation.
-Be courteous! If she doesn’t respond favorably when you first message her, repeat your text after a few days with no other messages in between, just as an FYI. And if they still send back a negative response? Don’t try again!
-If all else fails…log out before stalking potential love interests on social media platforms! Chances are good that they’re not following you back anyways, so it’s not really a loss.