Not dating material
This might seem like something that should go without saying, but I recently did an interview with the New York Post about a new dating app that syncs to the user’s Linked In account.
“I didn’t see the red flags ‘cause I was too busy being in love with the idea of being loved.” “Me too,” my other friend said.People don’t generally want colleagues assessing their attractiveness or sizing them up as a potential date.Most people want colleagues to be thinking about their competence, not whether they might want to make out with you.We attended classes but in that college campus, what we secretly studied was the male population, hoping one of them would be husband material. But at times, high expectations ended up in deep disappointment.And other times, the “love” we chased ended up with heartache chasing us instead. And now after three of them divorced, leaving me as the only one who is still married to my college sweetheart, we possess a wealth of insight.You have to be over 18 years to view content on Boyztube.
Three college friends and I sat in a hotel lounge, chatting about our younger days. And, though none of us would admit it, we shared similar restlessness about finding the right man.
eharmony […] Read more Dear Sara: I was single for 10 years before I met my ex, and we were together for two years.
Then we had a weird/sad breakup that lasted about a year.
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If you’re checking out profiles on Linked In looking for your next date, you have a pretty fundamental misunderstanding of what the site is for (and why the people you’re checking out have profiles there).
Dating within your professional circles can be messy.