So you’ve gone through the soul-sucking, painful and expensive process of ridding yourself of your Crazy Ex and now, understandably, you are lonely and would like to test the proverbial waters and find a woman to spend some time with and maybe, just you can find a woman who loves you as much as you love her, get married and live happily ever after. I know people who met their spouses on the Internet.
Avoid dating crazy woman
Basically, there are only two ways to protect yourself — be a Psychic or learn to recognize Internet dating red flags. ” Her ex might be a “deadbeat.” He also may just be her ex and she’s pissed about being divorced. ” Odds are, if you selected the “Divorced” option on your preferences list, you’re going to meet divorced women who have children (just like you may have children).
For those not psychically inclined, I’ve noticed a few red flags that might be helpful in learning to weed through the Crazies. Either way, it doesn’t matter because, right or wrong, this chick is ANGRY and she needs a therapist, not a boyfriend. It’s great that she wants people to know that she loves her kids.
In most cases, this goes without saying (and go without saying).
However, if her children are her “world” then she needs to give her children a reprieve and get her own world – one where her children can just be children and not the reason she hasn’t offed herself yet.
You can shop for mates the way you shop for Christmas gifts on Amazon.
What would really be helpful though, is if Internet dating “shoppers” could leave unbiased reviews just like Amazon customers do.
For example, “I bought this convection oven six months ago and it’s already broken with no warranty!
” What if previous suitors on dating sites could leave reviews like, “This contestant looks like her profile picture! ” It would be good to get a heads-up of this nature when looking for your next potential mate.
Ironically, every woman I’ve ever met who uses this phrase, also uses her children as a prop to either garner sympathy for being a “single muuuther,” or as leverage against their “deadbeat” father to extort money.