Dating what do man want
Ex greeted me with “gutentag” and current boy greeted me in Thai (which was referenced on my profile).
Women who are dating want to know this; especially women who are divorced and over 40, and haven’t been dating for some time.
There are no right answers, only your truth." I heard back from 12 of them.
I had asked for 100-word answers, knowing full well the difficulty of trying to encapsulate the answer to such a question via a Twitter-like response, but I wasn't so sure the men I reached out to would want to take the time to respond with much more than that, anyway (you know, that relationship-y stuff isn't always their favorite topic).
If the guy is a definite no, I probably won’t even read his email.
One interesting tidbit, both of the men that I met on a dating site and have had serious relationships with (including my current and final boyfriend) had “hello” in a foreign language as the email subject.
For example, if the sex is boring, she will get an exciting lover.
If the sex in the marriage is acceptable, but she feels that she is not being treated with respect, she will find a man who will treat her with respect.
For the successful relationships, the woman is getting all the things that she needs.
Maybe I’m a minority here, but the only thing I really want from an email from a guy on a dating site is an indication that he has read my profile.
A nice greeting, then one or two questions about me that he would have come up with from reading my information, indicating an interest in my personality and that he’s not carpet-bombing every girl he sees.
In the relationships that are not fulfilling, one or more of the woman’s needs are not being met.
She Knows When Something Crucial Is Missing When you carefully observe women who went outside of their marriage, you find that they are obtaining that which they were missing in their marriage.