Internet dating safety law
Let’s say that your last relationship was with a douchebag who treated you less than kindly. The good but not yet great men are there to show you which of your wanted qualities you’ve already become a match to, and which ones you still need to line up with.
He was arrogant, had horrible hygiene, lived in his mom’s basement (and not because he’d decided to make a big, passion fuelled life change), criticized everyone and everything, had zero ambition and had a pimply back. Now, you could use your experience with him and all his unwanted qualities to figure out what you DO want: a kind, ambitious, passionate, independent, positively focused man with skin as smooth as a baby’s bottom. You’re essentially seeking out a mirror who can reflect your current energy back to you, so you can do an assessment. The pretty awesome men are there to help you fine tune your vibration even further.
Your job is to figure out what you want and then feel good. Then, you may be in spired to action, which may or may not include internet dating. But if you’re just playing the numbers game, without being willing to do the inner work, you’re going to be playing an immensely frustrating game for a long time.
To put it more simply, as you focus on what you truly want and are feeling good, you could be inspired to check out an internet dating site one day, create a profile and find Mr. This would not, however, entail dating a whole bunch of random losers, going on horrible dates, only to eventually get lucky. If, however, you’re not yet sure of what you want, then internet dating can be a very useful tool to help you figure it out. The losers who contact you and annoy you are simply mirroring back some of your most limiting beliefs.
(1) "Internet dating service" means a person engaged in the business of offering or providing access to dating, relationship, compatibility or matrimonial matching services to members on or through the Internet;(b) An Internet dating service offering services to Connecticut members shall provide to such members a safety awareness notification that includes a list and description of safety measures reasonably designed to increase awareness of safer dating practices in a clear and conspicuous manner.
There’s an unspoken statement that precedes all of the platitudes above and that’s: .That’s because playing the numbers game may like a good idea at first, but once you’ve given it a try, you’ll soon realize that it’s frustrating, hard and largely ineffective.You could meet thousands of men and not find your dreambunny.It requires notice to a “Connecticut member” who (1) is a person who submits information to an Internet dating service required to access dating, relationship, compatibility, or matrimonial matching services and (2) provides a Connecticut billing address or zip code when registering with an Internet dating service.
The bill requires any Internet dating service offering services to Connecticut members to provide the safety awareness notice in a clear and conspicuous manner.
That being said, I don’t want to imply that internet dating can’t be useful. Remember that the Universe doesn’t need your help to make your dreams come true. Are you clear on what it is that you want, or are you hoping that some guy will just show up and magically heal all your fears about men?