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Online dating is conducted much like a typical phishing scam.
If a "surfer" is not witty or doesn't write well, online dating can be difficult.
Prospects often circulate constantly thru a host of sites. This can make for cynical or dismissive prospects with little care for how their rejections or non-contact affects the feelings of others. Most humans are addicted to initial flirtations and the "drug" of being liked, appreciated and wanted. The connection is based on internalized and selfish feelings, often projections of what we are looking for, rather than what the other person is actually like.
'" says expat Jess, who's been online dating for six months, "and it made me wonder if they'd even read my profile." On the other hand, this doesn't mean you need to write your entire life story.
It will probably bore the pants off her, you run the risk of coming across as needy (not a good thing), and if all goes well, you'll have all the time in the world to fill her in later on.