It’s more than understandable why anybody wouldn’t want a relationship with a liar.
Contributing writer Kimberly Couzens submitted this post as a Reader Submission for Gurl. If you’d like to submit your writing to Gurl, please send us an email at [email protected] the incessant TV commercials for Match.com, it feels like the Internet is the place tons of people are meeting potential dates.I added him as a friend and we ended up talking on and off for about a year and a half.He only had a few photos on his profile, which we now know is a red flag.Even though I had had a bad experience, I wasn’t ready to give up.
A few months later, I decided to look for a new guy, vowing to be more careful about it this time.
They fall into these all-consuming digital relationships with people who aren’t real because they want to believe that the person is perfect for them. So, what did I ultimately learn from my online dating experience? Reader Submission: I Used To Cut Myself Follow Gurl, pretty please!
There’s so much you can’t tell about a person until you meet them.
Of course, he said that everything else he had told me was true and pleaded me to “stay friends” with him, but I had zero interest in speaking to him again.
A lot of times on , it’s easy to write someone off as shallow when they’re not interested in continuing the relationship after discovering the person they’ve been talking to isn’t as attractive as their photos.
When you’re talking to someone you met online, they can seem absolutely perfect and amazing.