I often hear there is a lack of "quality" and relationship minded people online, and that many people aren't actually who they say they are in their profile.But what I admire about many of my clients who have dated online is that they continue to look inside themselves after each date and continuously reflect on what they have to offer.
The reason that online dating fails for many is that they aren't taking a proactive approach to the process.
At the very least, I could see what was out there, meet some interesting people, and have some fun.
No woman ever measures up to my impossible standards. Once upon a time, I didn't have unlimited options, nor was I good with women prior to online dating.
isn't about women who refuse to grow up -- it's about women who are trying to grow up in a world in which economic prospects are dim; a world in which men and women can't seem to connect meaningfully or trustingly with each other at any level.
I worry about maintaining independence while "letting the man be a man." If I offer to pay for anything, I worry I've emasculated the guy, which is the last thing I want to do.