There is nothing hotter and more fun than learning something new from the person you're dating. Having an online profile just allows you to be a little more available to the world.Plus, having different interests will allow you to keep your individuality in the relationship instead of slowly morphing into the same person. It's not that much different from meeting someone in a bar. Rita Louise When performing psychic readings for clients the number one topic I am asked about is about relationships.For both men and women the ins and outs of relationships seem to allude us.He sent me a list of great restaurants in the city that "someone" could take me to. I married him this April and would like to pass on some of my online dating tips for those of you who are still in the field. Sure, there's something to be said for compatibility in certain areas like location, education or religion (if it’s important to you). Well, you can take this advice or leave it, but I challenge you to strike up a conversation with someone intriguing who is outside of your comfort zone. (Even though online dating can feel like a second job, it's not.) I know people who treat online dating like it’s a grueling, demanding and unpleasant chore.But looking outside of your interests is what makes things interesting. The worst that can happen is that you get a funny story out of the whole thing. Putting this kind of pressure on yourself is detrimental to your personal growth and happiness!
Open yourself up to the possibility of meeting someone compelling, create a profile that makes you proud, and, lastly, keep on living your life! Know that you can learn a lot about potential dates from the picture they choose to use.I signed up for online dating in 2008 after a not-so-subtle suggestion from my mother, who was tired watching me date Mr. She suggested I try it for a month, "just for fun." Naturally, I was skeptical.I made a profile, uploaded some photos, and waited. Whether we think so or not, most of us have been dating some derivative of a "type" for years.Socially inept persons, or more popularly referred to as today’s geeks and nerds, may have a hard time scoring dates even with the use of popular dating applications.However, a new app is looking to end this misery once and for all by hooking up people with the same “unusual” interests like cosplaying, comic fandom and the works.