Online Dating: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Part Of It

hackerThere are many dangers behind Online Dating one can’t see.

Life can be boring sometimes. Frustration, depression, loneliness, and anxiety, are some of the problems that have taken its toll on many people today, forcing them to ‘Dating Sites,’ hoping that’s the right place to find love and happiness they are looking for. 

The internet has enabled us to see the world through the window, facilitating business, creating easy communication and making friendship easy throughout the globe. But the question is: Is ‘Dating Sites’ actually the right place for someone to look for his or her dream partner? Frankly speaking, dating sites harbored all kinds of dangers many ignore or don’t see because they are simply following their heart’s desire.

I don’t see the distance between two people dating, as one of the disadvantages of online dating if one person lives in Canada and the other lives in England, but the dangers of falling into wrong hands, which have prematurely ended the lives of many and added names of missing people to the missing people’s list.

While on ‘Dating Site,’ your aim is to find a lover, but the man on the other side doesn’t want love, he wants to harm or kill you. How will you know? This is the reason many that answer to online dating, mysteriously disappear without any trace. This makes ‘Dating Sites’ or ‘Blind Date’ more dangerous than imagined.

Once in Amsterdam, I contacted a lady who wants a non-smoker. We made an appointment at the central train station, asking me to be at a very famous point everyone knew. She was late. I watched my time and I realized it was over ten minutes. Then after fifteen minutes, I saw a pretty woman smiling at me. She was gorgeous. Her tall slim figure was the exact choice of a woman I was looking for.

“Are you Joe?” She asked and I nodded.”I have been here already but spying on you to see if you are a handsome man. I really hate ugly and shabbily dressed men.” She said. “What a bad woman? Is that what men or women do to each other on blind-date?” I asked in mind. Now I know the reason many dates end in disappointment. They came and probably saw the person unattractive and quietly sneaked away? Who will be happy when treated like that? In fact, the statement she made ruined my day. After eating and a walk through the city, I didn’t request for a second date. That’s how we lost contact.

There is nothing wrong when doing online dating, but be extremely careful, because what you are looking for might be completely different from what the person you are communicating with wants. There are some recommended steps which can keep one far from loneliness and depression. Reading interesting books as a hobby can capture your imagination to avoid depression and loneliness.

If you love to stay at home, please cultivate the habit of taking a walk through the gardens, doing window shopping, joining social clubs. Going to the gym to exercise once or twice a week doesn’t only keep you fit but also psychologically healthy. Who knows you will meet the right person in those places? You may have a hidden talent but you don’t know. Find out what you are very good at, follow it and start blogging to create your happiness.

 

Valentine’s Day Special: How Inexperienced Love Life, Moulded To Love Only One Woman

adore 5At school, while very young, I heard of the word ‘Womanizer.’ I had no idea what that means, so I took the dictionary and read ” A man who likes many women and has short sexual relationships with them.” I said to myself, that’s not the way I would like to live, especially in those days when Gonorrhea is very common.

At 19, I was still a celibate and hadn’t tasted the ‘golden apple,’ yet, surprisingly, I had no desire to find out how ‘delicious or sour it may be.’ I often hear some of my friends, talking about their girlfriends, and wonder how they had them.

Without even searching for a girlfriend, I had one during school athletics competition. Extremely beautiful dark complexioned girl called Esther. Any time she puts her hand around my neck, I feel something in my breast pocket. It was money.

I was just proud to have a girlfriend and I spoke about her to my classmates, but very green, I didn’t give her what often happens when a door is closed behind a man and a woman. After Esther, came Lydia. She was actually the first girl who thought me how to do it at the age of twenty. The contents of her love letters made me to believe that she graduated from a ‘Love School.’

When I saw her naked body, I gazed at her like Adam gazing at ‘The Apple of Temptation’ on the tree. She laid down and I took my position. But inexperienced Joe was just on top of her motionless, waiting for a miracle to take place . She then asked me to jerk my body up and down.

After following her instructions, I started feeling something unusual flowing through my body like electric current. This unusual feeling is hard to describe. Like one under a trance, I don’t think I would have got the energy to escape if a charged elephant or a wild lion is coming my way. After some few minutes, I felt like I’m in a perfect place of  happiness, paradise. I wasn’t aware that this inexperienced love life is going to help me one day.

From there on, struggling to be a man was my priority, than having a girlfriend, until I got married in my thirties. After marriage, I realized the importance, gem and quality of a woman. The long years without a woman moulded me to treasure my wife, making it totally impossible to love any woman apart from her.

To many, cheating is the best part of relationship, because it’s nice to taste different kinds of food. But just as a man gets food poisoning and diarrhea after eating contaminated food, the same way a man can expose himself to sexually transmitted diseases, then wished you had never done, but it’s too late.

There are many ways to adore your girlfriend or partner for ever. Whenever you’re watching an interesting film or program on the television, don’t lose all your interest to the program. Steal a minute to look at your man or woman. He or she will ask you: Why are you looking at me like that? “I love you,” say to him or her.

Little things in life improve relationship than being rich. There are many domestic activities. Share those responsibilities with your partner. If she does the laundry, do the pressing and if she does the shopping, surprise her with a delicious breakfast preparations. Above all try to maintain respect and remain faithful to each other, even though to err is human.

The Truth About Genuine Love

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The Bible is an inspiration book full of useful materials to help shape, develop and strengthen our relationships,  but many people wouldn’t like to read it.

Since marriages aren’t working for many people and divorces are on the increase, it worth to read the advice apostle Paul gave on building a happy relationship.

God’s word shows that love, personal attachment or deep affection is essential for everyone to enjoy happy relationship.

Paul said: Love is patient and kind, love is not jealous, love doesn’t brag, it doesn’t get puffed up, does not behave indecently, does not look for its own interests.

Love does not provoked. It doesn’t keep account of the injury. It doesn’t rejoice over unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things.

Love hopes all things, endures all things and love never fails. Do you have that feeling for your partner? If you don’t have that, then cultivate it to enjoy a better and happier relationship.

Gary Coleman: A Great Actor Behind A Sad Story

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The actor Gary Coleman soared to stardom as the ‘cute’ little kid on the TV series ‘Diff’rent Strokes’.

Coleman was born with a congenital kidney disease which stunted his growth at an early age; as a result he was only 4′ 8″ tall. His height became his most distinguishing feature.

Coleman is most famous for playing Arnold Jackson on ‘Diff’rent Strokes’, a US sitcom that ran from 1978 to 1985 and earned him, at its height, around $70,000 an episode.

During his time on the programme, he also took roles in TV movies and was the inspiration for the animated series ‘The Gary Coleman Show’. However, when ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ was cancelled in the mid-Eighties, Coleman’s popularity diminished.

Coleman sued his parents and manager over the misuse of his $8.3 million trust fund, and won $1,280,000 in February 1993. Despite this, Coleman had to file for bankruptcy in 1999 after his business ventures failed. Coleman was also famously charged with assault in November 2000 when he hit a woman whilst she tried to get his autograph.

In 2001, he took a job as a shopping mall security guard in Los Angeles. This job led to a cameo on ‘The Simpsons’ as himself (in security guard mode), after the video of a scam pulled on him by the paparazzi made him infamous.

Coleman stood as a candidate for Governor of California in the 2003 election, where Arnold Schwarzenegger was victorious. Coleman was however placed 8th in a field of 135 candidates, receiving 14,242 votes.

Later that year, he appeared in the video game ‘Postal 2’. In 2005, he appeared in WWE star John Cena’s music video for his single ‘Bad Bad Man’ in which Coleman played himself as a bad guy kidnapping 1980s pop stars such as Madonna and Michael Jackson. The music video was a spoof of 1980s culture.

In 2006, Coleman met younger actress Shannon Price on the set of the movie ‘Church Ball’ and they married in 2007. Unfortunately the marriage dissolved into domestic squabbles, which led to a court charge for domestic abuse.

They divorced in 2008 and Coleman moved to Utah. In 2009, he appeared in his last film ‘Midgets V Mascots’ before descending into poor health.

He underwent heart surgery, which was complicated by pneumonia, in autumn 2009. Coleman then suffered a heart seizure in February 2010 while performing on a Hollywood set. On 28 May 2010, he died of a brain haemorrhage after taking a fall at home at the age of 42.

A legal dispute emerged over whether or not Price had the authority to turn off Coleman’s life support machine but the case was closed on 5 October 2010 after a coroner ruled his death was ‘accidental’.

He was cremated in June 2010 but the disposition of the ashes has not yet occurred due to arguments about who inherits his estate as his last will was written before he married Price.

Culled from ‘LIFETIME’: http://www.lifetimetv.co.uk/biography/biography-gary-coleman

To The People In My Life….

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People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. When you know which one it is, you will know what to do for that person. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, to aid you physically, emotionally or spiritually They may seem like a godsend and they are.

They are there for the reason you need them to be. Then, without any wrongdoing on your part or at an inconvenient time, this person will say or do something to bring the relationship to an end. Sometimes they die. Sometimes they walk away.

What we must realize is that our need has been met, our desire fulfilled,  their work is done. The prayer you sent up has been answered and now it is time to move on. Some people come into your life for a SEASON, because your turn has come to share, grow or learn. They bring you an experience of peace or make you laugh. They may teach you something you have never done. They usually give you an unbelievable amount of joy. Believe it, it is real. But only for a season!

LIFETIME relationships teach you lifetime lessons, things you must build upon in order to have a solid emotional foundation. Your job is to accept the lesson, love the person and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life. It is said that love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant!  Thank you for being a part of My Life, whether you were a reason, a season or a lifetime!

Love: The Invincible Magic That Changes Our Lives

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“We can see how wonderful the world is, with beautiful people, if there is love.”- Joel Savage

Love eases our pain

Love moves us to promote peace

Love enables us to help one another

Love forgives even if we are hurt

Love gives us peace of mind

Love brews a happy heart

Love doesn’t know Chinese, Black or White,

Love doesn’t know a rotten tooth (An African proverb)

Love motivates us to give than receiving

Love gives us faith and hope to be strong

Above all, love safeguards our relationship with our loved ones.

Voice Of The Dead: The Dead Will No Longer Be Silenced

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Dr. Lauren Harris is a brilliant nationally respected forensic psychologist with a secret. She is an empath who can emotionally connect with the spirits of dead, seeing through their eyes, and giving them a voice. When she is called upon by the FBI to help track down and stop The Phantom, a hedonistic serial killer, she is confronted with the one thing she has always feared when she meets Agent Nicholas Bennette.

The two find it difficult to work with each other at first due to their differences and the sexual tension building like wild fire between them. As Lauren connects with The Phantom’s victims she finds herself trying to make sense of the visions feeling overwhelmed with the knowledge that so much has been left undone in their lives. She learns that the dead will no longer be silenced when they have a voice through her.

As the body count rises and a passionate romance begins with Nicholas, Lauren discovers that she has been targeted by The Phantom, and she is frightened to learn that she too has left much undone in her life as well.

The Author

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Tracee Ford has been telling stories her whole life. Tracee dreamed big and worked to make her dreams come true by becoming an award-winning novelist and now founder of Ozwind Publishing, LLC. Tracee is a member of the Paranormal Romance Guild. Her first novel, “The Fine Line,” won a Reader’s Choice Award in 2013 and her second novel, “Idolum: Visions of the Undone,” was nominated by PRG for Best Paranormal Romantic Suspense novel of 2013, and secured and won second place.
                 Tracee has walked many paths in her life as a playwright, director, and a puppeteer. She has also delved into the darkest parts of our society and culture with the Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences and Psychology which she earned from Shawnee State University and a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from the University of North Dakota. Tracee’s interest in the paranormal, her life experience, and education has given her a keen insight into the shadows that haunt our society making her a brilliant author of thrillers and suspense.
                  Tracee is excited to expand her writing by exploring other genres inspired by her love of such classics as L. Frank Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With The Wind.” Tracee Ford is ready to take your hand and lead you on fantastic and thrilling new adventures.