There are so many people out there who are single and searching, just like you.There are some things to remember as you get started.• Clarify your goals and then look for sites that help you connect with people who have the same relationship goals that you do. The odds are against the first person you meet online being the one you end up with. You will find that you like some and don’t click with others.And it is behaviour that counsellors are seeing more of, thanks to the increased use of dating apps.“These people are your neighbours, they are parents at your kid’s school, they are people sitting around a dinner table.
It can be fantastically fun, interesting, rewarding, and exciting, but it can also be discouraging, time-consuming, frustrating, emotionally challenging, and, every now and then, a little ridiculous. What you need to remember is that this is a process. Though you are result oriented (you want to meet someone wonderful) you can’t be invested in outcomes.But it was ok, I was just a little bit surprised considering most of Rachel Gibson’s books, especially the other books in this series that I already read, are Contemporary Romance.(I got the same feeling I got when I started reading her book, Lola Carlyle Reveals All.) And as always happens when I read her books, I was hooked from the first page and totally engrossed in the story.If you are pretty assertive and want to be actively involved in the process, there are sites that are good for you.Other people want to take a more passive role, and there are sites that take over some of the work, by sending “flirts” or “messages” when you click on a profile or flag it.