I know, because I'm living proof that we can rise above.
“If they look too good to be true, they probably are.
Let your radar go off,” says Bela Gandhi, who owns the Chicago-based Smart Dating Academy.
(CBS) — Online dating is how couples are meeting now, but how can you be sure your online date is who they claim to be?
As many as 53 percent of users lie on their dating profiles.
But texting and tweeting don’t have to ruin our relationships.
I’m here to tell you that you can, in fact, curate a real relationship and an authentic intimacy amid the mire of digital distractions.
Red flags, she says, include “peculiar word choices, bad grammar,” someone who won’t divulge their last name and anyone who has just one picture.
Gandhi coaches her clients and helps them revamp their online profiles.
I kept asking myself if I could use these strategies when I can't see the person.