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About Her

Country of Origin:
United States
Location:
Kissimmee, Florida, United States
Gender:
Female
Age:
44
Height:
5' 4" (163cm)
Body Type:
Athletic
Looks:
Ask me later
Hair Colour:
Blonde
Eye Colour:
Brown
Ethnicity:
Latino/Hispanic
Home Language:
English
Other Languages:
Ask me later
Religion:
Jehovah's Witness
Serving As:
Publisher
Relationship Status:
Single
Looking for:
Just online friends; Friends
Have Children:
No
Want Children:
No
Daily Diet:
Eat healthily
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Occasional Drinker
Education:
Ask me later
Occupation:
Other
Income:
Ask me later

About Her Ideal Match

Country of Origin:
Anywhere in the World
Location:
Anywhere in the World
Gender:
Female; Male
Age Range:
18 - 60
Height:
Any
Body Type:
Any
Looks:
Any
Hair Colour:
Any
Eye Colour:
Any
Has a Photo:
Not important at all
Ethnicity:
Any
Home Language:
Any
Other Languages:
Any
Religion:
Jehovah's Witness
Serving As:
Any
Relationship Status:
Single; Widowed; Divorced (Free to Remarry)
Have Children:
Any
Want Children:
Any
Daily Diet:
Any
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Any
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In Her Own Words

About Her

I'm Just looking for friendships but if you still married and looking for an opportunity to 'fall' ...NOT in here 'brother' hard to beleive i had a few 'brothers' conntacted me for that! Anyways.........Why Does dating in cyberspace really lead to lasting happiness? Well, consider this: During a six-year period, one matchmaking service had 11 million subscribers. Yet, only 1,475 marriages took place among them. Another dating service with over a million members listed only 75 confirmed marriages! What is wrong with this trend?
One study found that consumers were more likely to buy a jam when they were presented with six flavors compared to 30. And among those who did make a purchase, the people presented with fewer flavors were more satisfied with their choice.

A True Picture of Each Other?

"On the Internet," said one newspaper article, "everyone tends to be attractive, honest, and successful." But how realistic is the information people provide about themselves? Another news article put it this way: "It is taken for granted that everyone lies a little." An editor of a popular teen magazine did some personal research into this claim. She joined three of the most popular dating Web sites and shortly received a number of responses. These led to dates with several men. The result? Real failures! The men had blatantly lied about themselves. She warned: "Based on my experience, they lie." One man wrote about his experiences with on-line dating: "It's a trap. Your imagination fills in the blanks with exactly what you want."

About Her Ideal Match

Yet, the problem is that in a computer relationship, you cannot observe gestures, smiles, or countenance. You cannot see how he or she treats others or behaves under pressure. And such things are critical in determining if he or she is someone you can come to trust and love. Read the Bible's description of love found at 1 Corinthians 13:4, 5. Notice that love is defined by behavior, not words. You must therefore take the time to observe a person to see if his or her actions and words match.

Lacking such vital information, couples often start sharing intimate feelings and thoughts early in the courtship. Throwing caution to the wind, some couples hastily make serious romantic commitments, even though they hardly know each other. An article entitled "On the Internet, Love Really Is Blind" tells of two people 8,000 miles apart who met on-line. Three weeks later they met in person. "She wore heavy eye mascara," said the man. "I don't date women who wear mascara." The relationship quickly ended. The results of another in-person meeting were so disappointing that the man, who had paid for the visit, canceled the return portion of the woman's airline ticket!young woman named Edda recalls her own experience with on-line dating. She says: "The relationship was too good to be true. We were planning on getting married." But when they saw each other in person, the relationship completely flopped. "He was not what I expected but was critical and a complainer. It was just not going to work." One week later the relationship broke off, leaving Edda totally disillusioned.
In the fantasy world of computer dating, emotions can become intense prematurely.

*** interesting studies about divorce statistics:
1st marriage 35-40%
2nd marriage 60-65%
3rd marriage 70%+
***Relative percentage likelihood of divorce based on age gap:
10 years +39%
20 years +95%
30 years +172%

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