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      Tips to Help You Get Back in the Dating Game After a Long-Term Relationship Ends

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      There are very few things in life that are as terrifying,
      frustrating, rewarding, exciting and just plain crazy as dating;
      especially if you have ceased to be a "spring chicken" or have
      been out of the dating scene for many years. If you've found
      yourself "back on the market" after being in a committed
      relationship for many years, you may be petrified by the prospect
      of dating again. The tips in this article will help you get back
      into the game quickly and successfully...


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      NSA Dating Site
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      There are very few things in life that are as terrifying,
      frustrating, rewarding, exciting and just plain crazy as dating;
      especially if you have ceased to be a "spring chicken" or have
      been out of the dating scene for many years.

      If you've found yourself "back on the market" after being in a
      committed relationship for many years, you may be petrified by
      the prospect of dating again. The very idea of having to deal
      with the "new rules," and trying to figure out where, exactly,
      you go to meet people in the first place, may be enough for you
      to say "forget it" and opt for diving into the freezer for a
      pint of Cherry Garcia, and sitting home with the latest episode
      of 24 instead. But, it doesn't have to be that way!

      In spite of what the modern media has drummed into our collective
      heads, dating really hasn't changed that much over the years.
      The basics are all still the same; first dates are generally
      awkward whether you're a gawky teenager or a successful CEO, and
      first kisses will give you butterflies at 60 just as they did at
      16!

      What has changed is how people meet each other. Yes, there will
      always be the old standbys: bars, chance meetings, blind dates
      (usually set up by well meaning friends or relatives who haven't
      a clue) and the frequently disastrous workplace romances. But
      more and more people are turning to the laptop sitting on their
      coffee table or the computer on their desk to find romance. From
      the comfort of your easy chair (and with your ice cream nearby)
      you can open up a whole new realm of dating possibilities!

      Since you're reading this we'll assume you have the basics
      needed for this contemporary dating adventure (a computer and
      access to the internet) and can get down to where to look for
      "Mr. (or Ms.) Right":

      * First, you have the obvious "hunting" ground; internet
      dating sites. These online matchmakers are as prevalent as ants
      at a picnic, and cover just about every demographic and social
      group you can think of. Some require a fee, while others are free
      to join. Generally prospective daters post pictures and
      information about themselves and about what they are looking for
      in a potential partner. Once you join you can review other
      members and search for someone that strikes your fancy.

      * Then there are the social media sites like Facebook, Myspace,
      Linkedin, and Bebo. These sites aren't geared specifically
      towards dating, but their popularity and ease of use make them a
      natural place for making connections. Using social media sites
      can not only re-connect you with friends and family, but you
      might run into that classmate you had a crush on in 9th grade as
      well!

      * A less obvious place to look for love online is amongst the
      plethora of special interest forums and sites. Whether you an
      avid golfer, a fan of Joe Walsh, or like to make driftwood
      sculptures in your spare time, chances are that there is a
      website dedicated to your particular passion somewhere on the
      net. What better way to start a relationship than to build on the
      foundation of a mutual interest?

      Of course, there are precautions you should take when venturing
      into the sphere of online dating, but as with dating in the
      "real world" most of them are common sense and they apply to
      both men and women:

      #1 - Listen to your instincts. If your "gut" tells you that the
      person you are communicating with isn't what they seem, you are
      probably right.

      #2 - Really take the time to get to know a person before you give
      them any information that can lead them to your "offline"
      identity. Giving someone your last name or phone number may seem
      harmless, but always err on the side of caution.

      #3 - Set up an anonymous free email account like hotmail or yahoo
      to use for talking to possible suitors. Make sure that you set it
      up so that your full name is not given out.

      #4 - When you are ready to take that "next step" and meet your
      online paramour face to face, make sure you arrange to meet them
      in a public place. Tell friends or a family member where you are
      going and arrange to check in with them while you are out.

      That's it, now you're ready to take that plunge back into the
      dating world. Take a deep breath, put down the ice cream and go
      enjoy this new phase of your life. You'll be surprised at how
      much fun it can be!




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      RoseMary Alberts lives in Florida and has a lifetime of dating
      experiences in her rear view mirror. As a young 50-year-old, she
      enjoyed the single life through most of her twenties and for the
      last ten years, since the death of her late husband. For online
      dating, visit: http://www.nsadatingsite.com/


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      A Free-Reprint Article Written by: RoseMary Alberts Article Title: Tips to Help You Get Back in the Dating Game After a Long-Term Relationship Ends See TERMS
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        A Free-Reprint Article Written by: RoseMary Alberts

        Article Title:
        Tips to Help You Get Back in the Dating Game After a Long-Term Relationship Ends

        See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

        Article Description:
        There are very few things in life that are as terrifying,
        frustrating, rewarding, exciting and just plain crazy as dating;
        especially if you have ceased to be a "spring chicken" or have
        been out of the dating scene for many years. If you've found
        yourself "back on the market" after being in a committed
        relationship for many years, you may be petrified by the prospect
        of dating again. The tips in this article will help you get back
        into the game quickly and successfully...


        Additional Article Information:
        ===============================

        773 Words; formatted to 65 Characters per Line
        Distribution Date and Time: 2013-10-30 11:00:00

        Written By: RoseMary Alberts
        Copyright: 2009-2013
        Contact Email: mailto:rosemary.alberts@...



        For more free-reprint articles by RoseMary Alberts, please visit:
        http://www.thePhantomWriters.com/recent/author/rosemary-alberts.html


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        Tips to Help You Get Back in the Dating Game After a Long-Term Relationship Ends
        Copyright (c) 2009-2013 RoseMary Alberts
        NSA Dating Site
        http://www.nsadatingsite.com/



        There are very few things in life that are as terrifying,
        frustrating, rewarding, exciting and just plain crazy as dating;
        especially if you have ceased to be a "spring chicken" or have
        been out of the dating scene for many years.

        If you've found yourself "back on the market" after being in a
        committed relationship for many years, you may be petrified by
        the prospect of dating again. The very idea of having to deal
        with the "new rules," and trying to figure out where, exactly,
        you go to meet people in the first place, may be enough for you
        to say "forget it" and opt for diving into the freezer for a
        pint of Cherry Garcia, and sitting home with the latest episode
        of 24 instead. But, it doesn't have to be that way!

        In spite of what the modern media has drummed into our collective
        heads, dating really hasn't changed that much over the years.
        The basics are all still the same; first dates are generally
        awkward whether you're a gawky teenager or a successful CEO, and
        first kisses will give you butterflies at 60 just as they did at
        16!

        What has changed is how people meet each other. Yes, there will
        always be the old standbys: bars, chance meetings, blind dates
        (usually set up by well meaning friends or relatives who haven't
        a clue) and the frequently disastrous workplace romances. But
        more and more people are turning to the laptop sitting on their
        coffee table or the computer on their desk to find romance. From
        the comfort of your easy chair (and with your ice cream nearby)
        you can open up a whole new realm of dating possibilities!

        Since you're reading this we'll assume you have the basics
        needed for this contemporary dating adventure (a computer and
        access to the internet) and can get down to where to look for
        "Mr. (or Ms.) Right":

        * First, you have the obvious "hunting" ground; internet
        dating sites. These online matchmakers are as prevalent as ants
        at a picnic, and cover just about every demographic and social
        group you can think of. Some require a fee, while others are free
        to join. Generally prospective daters post pictures and
        information about themselves and about what they are looking for
        in a potential partner. Once you join you can review other
        members and search for someone that strikes your fancy.

        * Then there are the social media sites like Facebook, Myspace,
        Linkedin, and Bebo. These sites aren't geared specifically
        towards dating, but their popularity and ease of use make them a
        natural place for making connections. Using social media sites
        can not only re-connect you with friends and family, but you
        might run into that classmate you had a crush on in 9th grade as
        well!

        * A less obvious place to look for love online is amongst the
        plethora of special interest forums and sites. Whether you an
        avid golfer, a fan of Joe Walsh, or like to make driftwood
        sculptures in your spare time, chances are that there is a
        website dedicated to your particular passion somewhere on the
        net. What better way to start a relationship than to build on the
        foundation of a mutual interest?

        Of course, there are precautions you should take when venturing
        into the sphere of online dating, but as with dating in the
        "real world" most of them are common sense and they apply to
        both men and women:

        #1 - Listen to your instincts. If your "gut" tells you that the
        person you are communicating with isn't what they seem, you are
        probably right.

        #2 - Really take the time to get to know a person before you give
        them any information that can lead them to your "offline"
        identity. Giving someone your last name or phone number may seem
        harmless, but always err on the side of caution.

        #3 - Set up an anonymous free email account like hotmail or yahoo
        to use for talking to possible suitors. Make sure that you set it
        up so that your full name is not given out.

        #4 - When you are ready to take that "next step" and meet your
        online paramour face to face, make sure you arrange to meet them
        in a public place. Tell friends or a family member where you are
        going and arrange to check in with them while you are out.

        That's it, now you're ready to take that plunge back into the
        dating world. Take a deep breath, put down the ice cream and go
        enjoy this new phase of your life. You'll be surprised at how
        much fun it can be!




        ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        RoseMary Alberts lives in Florida and has a lifetime of dating
        experiences in her rear view mirror. As a young 50-year-old, she
        enjoyed the single life through most of her twenties and for the
        last ten years, since the death of her late husband. For online
        dating, visit: http://www.nsadatingsite.com/


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