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Dear readers and Internet buddies out there
I want to touch on this dating sites that are coming on as we are coming out
of this lock down. I have even been duped by these fake accounts who try to get
things out of me instead of really concentrating on finding a true love or life
partner or whatever people call the relationship that they having with each
Let me give you an example, The number of times I have met online social
medias EG: Facebook date, Tinder, P.O.F(plenty of fish.com) and other to be
honest porn sites that I have been sent the link to in return for chatting with
the respectable lady I just met on twitter, Instagram,
I mean I have sent so many ladies I met money (only £25 at a time) however
after a while this can really affect your confidence, and insecurities which
are already there anyway LOL.
I mean come on why do people not complain about these sorts of scams online
I mean I watched rip off Britain so many times now I am thinking every person I
meet online are they really who they say they are I am not talking about lying
about your age or your hobbies lol no IAM talking about people putting up fake
photos and pretending to be them and delaying meeting face to face, because
they have a broken phone or they can’t get internet when they are home and they
have to go out everywhere to get internet so “Could I send them a mobile
phone so that they can see only me and no one else, I mean at this time I haven’t
even seen them online live let alone trust them to be who they are.
I mean the way I am explaining it can be confusing.
HOWEVER, What I would like to say is I have been let down by these dating
sites that I really think I should just give the money I pay for memberships to
So please leave a comment or even get in
touch with us and tell us your story of trying to find true love among the wild
world of dating.
Whether you’re at the start of a blossoming relationship or been with your significant other for years, every relationship goes through the same five stages of dating. These five stages are attraction, reality, commitment, intimacy and finally, engagement.
It may seem obvious, but relationships – whether romantic or platonic – grow with time and undergo distinct changes as bonds are formed and intimacy is developed. As your relationship evolves through each of these stages, you’ll learn more about each other and determine if you and your partner are committed and destined for a lifetime together.
If you’ve begun dating someone new or if you’re unsure at what stage your existing relationship is at, this blog is for you. Below, we’re going to talk you through each of the five stages of dating, so you can work out where you and your partner are right now and more importantly, whether your relationship has the strength to flourish into a long-term commitment.
Attraction is the first stage of dating and plays a fundamental part in whether the connection can develop into something more. Whether you meet each other naturally whilst out with friends, family, or acquaintances, through a matchmaker or on online dating sites or apps, there must be an element of attraction between each couple for it to develop into something romantic. Often known as the honeymoon phase, this is the stage at which everything feels very new and exciting and seems almost perfect.
This stage often lasts for the first few months of your courtship and will see constant communication between the couple with lots of messaging back and forth on different channels such as texting, dating sites, social media and WhatsApp as well as long phone calls and video calls in the evenings on the days that you are not together. You will also find that during this period you will go on lots of dates and make time to get to know more about one another before you decide whether to take things to the next level.
Stage two is reality, and it tends to creep up on you slowly and can last for around six months. This signals the end of the honeymoon phase and is the point at which you might start to see flaws in your partner and notice things that annoy you.
This doesn’t mean you no longer like or love each other; it’s just reality and life setting in and you tend to become more aware of your partner after the rush of hormones has subsided. For example, you may find that as you start spending more time together you notice little quirks or habits that you might not have noticed at first.
Unfortunately, it is this second stage where lots of relationships fail. But the good news is, if you make it past this stage this is a good sign of things to come.
Once you get past the reality stage, you enter the commitment phase. At this point, you express a desire to be with each other exclusively and you have grown to not only recognise but accept the flaws that may come with your partner.
This agreement to commit to each other regardless of circumstances also means accepting their dreams, goals, wants, and needs in life. This could mean things like deciding where you want to live together, helping them to achieve career goals and discussing plans.
Stage four is intimacy, and this typically involves nurturing the true love that has been cultivated over the last year or so. Contrary to popular belief, this stage doesn’t just relate to physical intimacy either, it’s also about connecting beyond the superficial.
Once two people have bonded with each other, this is when true love really begins. This stage usually means opening to one another and really letting your guard down. For the first time in the relationship, you will become vulnerable without holding back, learning about each other’s pasts and deeper feelings, and seeing their true character in a new light.
The final stage is engagement and blissful love. This is where you ultimately decide to pledge a lifelong commitment to your partner and take things to the next level. This level of commitment comes with working together to plan a happy and fruitful future with each other.
Even though you have made a commitment, it doesn’t mean that your relationship will be without its ups and downs in the future. The important thing is to learn to apologise and forgive when things go wrong and instead work together as a solid partnership to overcome any challenges that life throw at you.