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Also, if you are with someone who really needs to be physical to “fill their emotional cup”, then they may be more receptive to “filling” your cup emotionally. REMEMBER: this is a fun way to reignite your connection! True connection and takes time and dedication. The more you do this stuff, the stronger your connection will be! HAPPY PILLOW TALKING! Signup for Our Newsletter Get Us in Your Inbox! Online Dating, Sex, and Relationship Advice Tips in Your Inbox… Follow @theurbandater Like this:Like Loading… Share This Article Facebook45Tweet0Pin0 Posted in: Relationships Tagged in: closeness, fighting, love, partnership, Relationships I consider myself a battle hardened and tested veteran for the dating game.topadultreview.com A first class adept of the first date. Sure, some of you may think I’ve never enjoyed the touch of a woman above the knee, but I’ll let you know that I have done it and I haven’t had to pay for it… I’m not sure what the above has to do with this post, just follow me, okay. With the adoption of social networks by the masses to talk about information and collaborate it has created this gigantic cyber vacuum for people to connect in ways that weren’t really possible… Change is on the horizon, friends. However, I offer that dating sites are social networks that were around well before the facebooks and myspaces of the world.

They existed, primarily, as pay-for-services. Nothing too exciting there. Dating sites have existed largely unchanged over the years. Over the last several years sites have already been offering more sophisticated matching algorithms, like eHarmony. The thing is, though, with each of these sites, as much as they strive to be different, they largely remain exactly the same. That is, with Match, eHarmony, Plenty of Fish and the endless swath of sites out there, you still have a random profile, with a pic, that tells people that you like stuff, do stuff, eat stuff and enjoy a variety of other stuff. Blah blah blah. People have seen it again and again. I have and I’d like to know that there’s something different on the market. Dating, Powered by YOU! Recently, the Twitterverse revealed a new dating service to me: Gelato. It appears that the good people behind Gelato read my mind… or I read theirs and their concept is an exciting and refreshing approach using the networks that really let you know what they’re about and what they’re into; which is a lot more than you receive from a standard vanilla dating site. Here’s a brief description of Gelato: On other dating sites, written profiles all sound the same. We’re all laid back, like long walks on the beach and having a good time. These profiles are static, flat and fall short of conveying who a person really is. Too often we end up on dates where we don’t have much in common with the other person.

Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Netflix and other social networks offer great windows into our everyday lives. Pulling information from these social networks and supplementing that with our own writing leads to a more dynamic, multi-faceted profile that updates automatically. This makes it harder to create fake profiles and easier to meet like-minded people. That makes for better dates. And that is Gelato. I think it’s awesome that more sites are really getting involved with social media outlets to promote dating and getting people “mixed in” together. Gelato and the Dating Revolution are two sites that have me very excited about the future online dating because “they get it.” I think I’ll sign up for Gelato’s service and see how it goes and then offer up a review in the coming weeks… Perhaps if the good people at Gelato are up for it i will have them write a guest post about their site. Quick Info Ge.la.to Ge.la.to Blog However, I offer that dating sites are social networks that were around well before the facebooks and myspaces of the world. They existed, primarily, as pay-for-services. Nothing too exciting there. Dating sites have existed largely unchanged over the years. Over the last several years sites have already been offering more sophisticated matching algorithms, like eHarmony. The thing is, though, with each of these sites, as much as they strive to be different, they largely remain exactly the same.

That is, with Match, eHarmony, Plenty of Fish and the endless swath of sites out there, you still have a random profile, with a pic, that tells people that you like stuff, do stuff, eat stuff and enjoy a variety of other stuff. Blah blah blah. People have seen it again and again. I have and I’d like to know that there’s something different on the market. Dating, Powered by YOU! Recently, the Twitterverse revealed a new dating service to me: Gelato.

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It appears that the good people behind Gelato read my mind… or I read theirs and their concept is an exciting and refreshing approach using the networks that really let you know what they’re about and what they’re into; which is a lot more than you receive from a standard vanilla dating site. Here’s a brief description of Gelato: On other dating sites, written profiles all sound the same. We’re all laid back, like long walks on the beach and having a good time. These profiles are static, flat and fall short of conveying who a person really is. Too often we end up on dates where we don’t have much in common with the other person. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Netflix and other social networks offer great windows into our everyday lives. Pulling information from these social networks and supplementing that with our own writing leads to a more dynamic, multi-faceted profile that updates automatically.topadultreview.com This makes it harder to create fake profiles and easier to meet like-minded people. That makes for better dates.

And that is Gelato. I think it’s awesome that more sites are really getting involved with social media outlets to promote dating and getting people “mixed in” together. Gelato and the Dating Revolution are two sites that have me very excited about the future online dating because “they get it.” I think I’ll sign up for Gelato’s service and see how it goes and then offer up a review in the coming weeks… Perhaps if the good people at Gelato are up for it i will have them write a guest post about their site. Quick Info Ge.la.to Ge.la.to Blog Signup for Our Newsletter Get Us in Your Inbox! Online Dating, Sex, and Relationship Advice Tips in Your Inbox… Follow @theurbandater Like this:Like Loading… Share This Article Facebook2Tweet0Pin0 Posted in: Date Ideas, Online Dating Tagged in: ge.la.to, self help, social networks, twitter Reader’s Question: My husband and I have been married for seven years. We have two children and both work full-time. We are in our early 40’s. He has been “seeing” someone online. I caught him masturbating with her through an online site and he admitted it has been an ongoing thing but says it has no real meaning. He said they talk daily, text, and have some video sessions. Is this an affair? I am embarrassed to talk about this with anyone and don’t know what to do. To be with someone and truly not know them at all… Where is the man you fell in love with?

There are a bunch of possible reasons why things changed. Sometimes we don’t figure it out until it’s too late. Yes, your husbands’ online affair is cheating. The sad truth: Over ten percent of all affairs started online in 2017. Forty percent of those turned into offline, hands-on affairs. An online affair involves exactly the same basic aspects as a physical affair. Differing views on what constitutes cheating do exist. Here are some examples to help outline my personal view on what makes a cheater: Engaging in sexual talk.

Spending time with a person in secret. Touching intimately. E.g. sleeping in the same bed, holding hands, et cetera. Giving intimate gifts, money, or paying their bills Online affairs. 57% of people have used the Internet to flirt. 38% of people have engaged in explicit, online, sexual conversation. 50% of people have made phone contact with someone they chatted with online. Any form of sexual contact, including kissing.

Becoming emotionally involved with someone else (emotional infidelity). I’m sorry this happened to you. You must not let this experience cause you to develop trust or anger issues. Don’t let this relationship ruin future ones. People who cheat are not worth the issues we give ourselves over it. Trust me, I know. A survey on cheating was conducted in 2017 by a company called Trustify. The results are worse than you want to hear, but exactly what you need to know.

Trustify found that people who have cheated before are 350% more likely to cheat again, compared to those that haven’t cheated before. Hence, “Once a cheater, always a cheater.” I’m guessing you have a pyramid of different questions building up in your mind. Questions like: Is he unhappy? Does he have feelings for her? Have they ever met and been actually physical? Does he want to work this out? Will he stop seeing her now that I know? Who else knows about this? If you want to get past this and keep your marriage, you should start by asking him any and all questions you believe you need to know. After you have his answers, take some time to process what you learned and decide if you want to stay and try, or leave and not. Recovering the love and trust that was lost will take time. It will require high levels of emotional strength. It may not work out no matter how hard you try. You can’t be in a marriage that causes anxiety every time he looks at his phone or tablet.

What if catching him is his “out?” If you decide to talk this over and not simply leave, prepare yourself for him to use this situation to unload his truth. He may not want to operate it out. Let’s face it… he cheated on you. This is probably it. Remember, it’s okay so that you can walk away from this all together. Call him a cheating d*&k and leave. Life is short.

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Don’t spend time miserable if you can help it. Click here for another article about infidelity you may find helpful. I wish you the best of luck. Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash Signup for Our Newsletter Get Us in Your Inbox!

Online Dating, Sex, and Relationship Advice Tips in Your Inbox… Follow @theurbandater Like this:Like Loading… Share This Article Facebook3Tweet0Pin0 Posted in: Dating & Relationships Tagged in: #dating #cybersex #matchmaker #love #coaching I’d written a piece about cheapskates and why it’s not a good idea to be that person who skims on the dating experience. However, this also raises a question: Is it cool to always pick up the check and take your date out to a fancy spot every time? The simple answer to that is “no!” There’s a fine line in dating, actually there’s several of them, it seems. No one wants to spend money frivolously or needlessly. Right? When on a date, some balance must be reached. By no means should a person always be expected to pick up the check or buy extravagant gifts for his or her date. That’s just uncalled for and, to a degree, a cry for help! The key, once again, is to strike that balance between being frugal and, well, being a sucker. I had mentioned that starting “small” when getting to know someone is a good idea. By “starting small” I mean that instead of a dozen roses, perhaps your date a single rose; it’s just as thoughtful and not considered to be cheap. Don’t go showing your cheap side by stealing a rose, though. Getting picked up by the cops is still a lame excuse to no-show for a date, kids.

I’m just saying. Also, making a mix CD for your date is an inexpensive way to show your thoughtfulness. This article, though, isn’t about how to be economically thoughtful. It’s about how not to be the sucker; the person who’s always footing the bill. There is no set rule of who should pay and how often. I would say it comes down to common courtesy. At one point I was very casually dating a few women at the same time. I didn’t go out with them a lot, maybe once a week or so. I found that I was paying all the time for two of these women I was dating and not so much with the third.

The third gal I was dating, we’ll call her “Vanessa.” Vanessa always offered to pay her half and was all too happy to help out with the bill and offered to take me out on a amount of occasions. The other two, who will remain nameless to protect my wallet’s pride, never offered, never remarked and even pretended to pay. I settled on “Vanessa” soon after this realization… And a hefty “OMG” after looking at my bank statement for the month. As I said, there’s no rule. Who ever asked the other person out is the one who pays, generally. Though, my rule of thumb is to sit near the doors and to run like hell after the bill has arrived. Though, your date may think you’re a bit of a jerk should you do that. How do you know if you’re with someone that wants to dig into your wallet? Well, you do not, really. As I mentioned above, Vanessa would offer to pay and was fine with it; it made no impact on our dates at all, not negatively anyway. However, I did, several years ago, go on a couple dates with a fairly (in my opinion) attractive girl. I met her at the office, when I was doing customer service. We met for a walk in a local park to listen to some live jazz. I thought it was a pretty cool idea, we had gone to the store to buy some food to “brown bag” our dinner. The whole time, while at the store, my date seemed awkward and a big agitated. A couple times she mentioned just going to a couple good restaurants that she’d heard of in the area.

I politely declined. Still, we had a okay time; but there was no magic to be had, no kiss and not even a “thank you.” Seriously. So much for that date. Well, we ended up going out again a couple weeks later. We were to have dinner at this hole in the wall Cuban place, but upon my date’s arrival, she called me and wanted to go elsewhere ( we were going to meet at the restaurant). This time, I caved and met her at this steakhouse. It was spendy, I ended up paying the bill. I did get a “thanks, that was nice.” Which was okay.

Still, no kiss. I never heard from her again. I try to avoid those girls that are just looking for that “free meal” when out on a date. It’s a mentality that I don’t agree with. I’ve had conversations with a particular female friend about this very thing… She’ll remain nameless unless she’d like to offer her two cents on the subject. I’ll list a few traits that I feel are common place with the “free meal ticket, gold digger” crowd: those who are prone to fantasize about money, success and influence frequently. a general lack of empathy for other peoples’ situations, regardless of how unfortunate. Someone who seeks lot of admiration or attention. Generally Materialistic persons. Other queues that might be useful in pinpointing a gold digger: Ask them what their best gift was.  You’re looking for something along the lines of a lavish possession. Ask them what is the most important thing they had to give up to get something else.

You want to key in on delayed gratification.  “give something big up now to get something bigger later.” Listen to what your potential gold digger is asking you: Do they ask you your income? Do they remark or ask about the brand of your clothing? Do they ask you questions about if you own your home, car etc etc. Generally, I’d say that if the person you are dating exhibits any form of generosity, such as cooking for you; or offering to pick up the tab then you’re not with a gold digger. The kind of people who won’t play you as a meal ticket, or a sucker, are the people that will offer to pay, at least, their share of the bill, or perhaps the tip. And, generally, if you and your date do something else, your date may offer to pay for that, whether it’s a movie or drinks. The people that do not follow this behavior, you may want to consider leaving to their own devices, if your pocket book requires it. Signup for Our Newsletter Get Us in Your Inbox! Online Dating, Sex, and Relationship Advice Tips in Your Inbox… Follow @theurbandater Like this:Like Loading… Share This Article Facebook1Tweet0Pin0 Posted in: Asides, Relationships Tagged in: bad date, Dating Relationships should be fun, easy and filled with romance (aren’t they all like that at first?) but it’s easy to ruin a relationship over time.

By the time you’re miserable and it’s no more a easy relationship, many people think the end is near and it’s too late. Whether you’ve been together for 15 years or 5 months, this can happen and one way to prevent it from happening or to recover from it is to know how you got there. There are a number of key relationship qualities that must be maintained to keep a relationship alive but as we become comfortable in our relationship, sometimes these traits fall to the wayside and are taken for granted. When these traits start slipping, it’s only a few simple steps until the relationship could be ruined and you are wondering how this happened. So if you want to prevent this from happening to your relationships, we’ve created a list of how to ruin a relationship in a few simple steps. Hopefully you can see where you’ve lost a trait, see where you may be heading and take the reversal steps to save your relationship. Or you can read this with the thought of trying to ruin a relationship, but if that’s the case, we suggest having the break up talk instead. Lose Communication The first simple step to ruin a relationship is to stop communicating. By not asking or telling your significant other about your day, you’re already on your way. Communication doesn’t just mean just telling your side of things, it also means listening and caring about what the other person has to say, so if you want to ruin a relationship, just stop communicating all together. From there it’s a slippery slope.  Lose Respect Once you’ve stopped communicating, the next simple step is to stop caring and lose all respect for that person. Did they have a treat in the fridge you just ate or do you just roll your eyes when they discuss something you don’t care about? Then you’re there. Remove Trust Losing communication and respect for one another instantly takes care of the step of losing trust. Trust is all about communicating wants, hopes, dreams, desires and needs and respecting the other person.

Without either of those you can expect to have your phone and emails gone through and questions about “who is on the phone?” and “where have you been?” Get an Addiction An addiction is the thing to seal the deal and literally take the ruining of a relationship full circle. Having an addiction can break down a relationships communication, respect and trust and it also can result because of a breakdown of those things. Whether it’s to pornography, shopping, alcohol or drugs, an addiction is a surefire way to ruin relationships key traits. Signup for Our Newsletter Get Us in Your Inbox! Online Dating, Sex, and Relationship Advice Tips in Your Inbox… Follow @theurbandater Like this:Like Loading… Share This Article Facebook8Tweet0Pin0 Posted in: Dating & Relationships Tagged in: addiction, advice, breakups, communication, Dating, divorce, Relationships, tips If you would have ever told me six months ago I would find myself sitting across from a 26 year old in a brightly colored diner sipping Strawberry Malts on a Friday night I would have rolled my eyes at you and probably added a snort/laugh in for good measure. Don’t get me wrong, like every other blue blooded American girl I really like myself a good diner and Strawberry Malt what I have never even considered before was younger men. Because dammit I wanted stability and no drama/games, I wanted an adult relationship. I kept this mantra in my head for months.

Months of going out on bland dates. Months of not hearing from people for days at time. Months of last minute changes.

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