Romantic rules in relationships are a delicate subject. You will be tempted to ignore them for the sake of a quick and easy connection. However, there are some important things you should bear in mind when looking for a girl online.
As I mentioned before, many people do not have the patience for speed dating. There is a saying, ‘if you don’t know where you are going, you will never get there.’ Therefore, if you want to meet that special girl, you should be prepared to get up and move somewhere before you know it.
A real person knows that she is beautiful, not just ‘a pretty face’. This applies to both men and women. You should approach her the same way you would if you were meeting her in a bar or club.
Find out about her life. Learn about her hobbies, likes and dislikes, her family and why she chooses to date/marry/marry someone else.
Know about her habits. If she works at home, she has a husband/partner and kids. Check on her day-to-day schedule.
If she is often seen with friends, ask her if she goes out. Does she go out to parties or just hang around? Is she single, married or dating?
The most important thing is to find out what she does on her own. Learn about her personal life. You want to be able to have an honest conversation with her – one that has depth and detail.
This is the time to show her that you like her and are not afraid to tell her so. Do not shy away from her because you think she is the wrong type of woman.
If you get stuck and cannot find her, you may find that meeting her is easier when you meet at the same time or at a place where you both know where you are going. Talk to her like you would if you were with someone you wanted to date or marry.
Many people will rush into speed dating and other types of meeting. When you get lucky, you will need to talk for a while and get to know each other. You do not want to be overwhelmed by each other and need to quickly move on to another potential partner.
It is OK to touch upon your past relationship in order to build trust. Do not start putting her at risk in the first minutes of talking.