I warned her to never give out her address until she was comfortable.
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“I thought by taking my time and moving cautiously with potential online dates, I was a step ahead of the game.
Don’t accept Facebook or My Space friend requests from people you’re not sure about.
If you’re really into someone you’ve met online, talk about them with friends and family.
You can find and talk to people who like the same bands, movies and things that you do.
In some ways, meeting people online is similar to meeting people in real life.
If you like each other initially online, that’s like getting a good feeling about someone you’ve just met or exchanged numbers with.
If you’re interested in dating based on that first impression, you should make a date!
Read the profile of your potential dates carefully. Look for any potential red flags, like no employment, limited relationships with their kids or just being separated vs. Ask for a selfie taken in real time so you know what they actually look like.