First of all, there’s no question that online dating sites have proliferated.From relative obscurity just a few short years ago, there are countless websites today that are advertised on TV, radio, in print and billboard ads and on the Internet. But it’s just this easy access that often has a darker side to it."You're looking for a connection, someone you're physically attracted to -- who's physically attracted to you -- plus someone who doesn't make you feel bored from the get-go," Schwartz tells Web MD. "But don't let the love bug mesmerize you," says Paul Falzone, author of the book, Find the Right One and CEO of "The Right One"and "Together," two nationwide dating services.Falzone tells a story of a North Carolina woman who fell "totally in love" with a Massachusetts man she met online. Eventually, he encouraged her to sell her house, pack everything into a truck, and prepare herself and her two young children for a new life.
The topic is dating, and the custom is as old as Adam and Eve. Two love experts offer their dating advice: Face it; finding a great mate takes some research.
Of all sexually transmitted diseases, HIV is of greatest concern.
For this reason, most men will use a condom when engaging in sex with a new partner.
However, the importance of playing safe in the online dating game needs to be explored.
This has recently been brought to our attention, with the murders, rapes and violence against women in Australia.