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This problem also arises with dating sites: You meet a person through an Internet singles warehouse like my personal fave, Ok Cupid, and he's great …but maybe one of the million other guys on the site is more awesome?), you don't even need to get on your laptop to look for sexy people.They just appear, one after the other, as you sit on the sidewalk bench or as you stand in line for your morning coffee.If you don't drive, create an alternate plan before you meet—bringing cab fare or arranging a ride.
The last place you want to be is in the car of someone you don't know.3. I like to talk to a guy at least 4 times before we plan to meet for the first time. Talking to someone on the phone is a whole lot different than emailing, texting or IMing someone.
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"One in five marriages are destroyed by the nation's most popular website." So says a press release for a new study from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
What's more, 80 percent of the association's members — all divorce attorneys — also report that they have seen an increase, during the past five years, in the number of couples who cite social networking as a source of tension. I have to wonder if this would have been a little like saying, back in the early days of the T-Model Fords, that 80 percent of divorce lawyers saw an increase in the number of cars used to conduct affairs. Aren't people who cheat going to cheat regardless of whether or not new technology aids and abets them in their nefarious doings? Then again, Facebook helps to create, world-wide, what I might call "The New York City Effect": You realize you have access to tons and tons of people — people whom you might be shagging.
It's kind of like 'proof' that they are a real person, and not someone with a fake online profile; it's a red flag if someone who says they want to meet you won't give you their phone number or says that they can't be reached by phone. Meeting someone in person that you initially met online can be nerve-wracking, and agreeing on something casual is a great way to take some of the pressure off.