Why Virtual Dating is Nonsense
Dating with Purpose is one of the main themes here at 50 Dates at 50. Today, Paul defines what that term specifically means.
Ever date someone who insists on keeping in contact with their ex? Paul explains what this reveals about your partner and what it says about you if you tolerate this type of behavior.
To give 50 Daters a foundational understanding of who Nice Guys are, Paul reviews No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover. 50 Dates at 50 is committed to opening the doors for Nice Guys and Nice Gals to grow into being Good Guys and Gals.
Is virtual dating here to stay? Most likely so, despite the many hidden landmines. It’s also pretty much nonsense if you are banking on getting quality dates. However, it does have an essential silver lining.
Online dating offers what appears to be an endless amount of options, especially if you’re new to it. However, you’ll soon discover the harsh reality of being ghosted or quickly deleted for no apparent reason. Do you want to know what it really takes to set up one date per week? Paul walks you through his September by the numbers of initiated conversations, deletions, ghostings, phone calls, phone call no-shows, meetup dates, date cancellations, and second dates. This provides a good frame of reference for what a regular guy or gal can expect. The key, of course, is starting with good-quality pictures and a well-written profile.