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Is Online Dating safe?

The Worldwide Internet is a very big place.  When first communicating with others by the secured email service we provide to our members be careful about divulging certain personal information to others, i.e. home address and work address, what hours you work (or are not at home), and especially bank/financial information, social security numbers, etc...most of this is common sense.  As we know and learn in Recovery "Some are sicker than others" so the best advice we can offer in this respect is to "go with your gut" instincts.  If something doesn't feel or seem right (especially in the early communication stage), chances are it is not.  If you are even feeling "iffy", give it some time to learn more about one another and see how it pans out.  If you decide to take it further, the next step (after emailing) would be talking on the telephone.  By conversing on the telephone you can see if you are "telephonically compatible".  (At this point it would probably be a good idea to stick to exchanging just cell-phone numbers for now, again being careful not to provide too much personal information).   In a telephone conversation you can start to get a better feel for each other.  Sometimes in our emails to one-another, little words or sentences can be misconstrued and taken out of context; by hearing the tone in another's voice it can help you to determine whether they are joking or being sarcastic or serious.  After spending some time on the phone together the next step would be setting up a date and time to meet.  We suggest making this first encounter a brief one to see if there is any chemistry where you like to make future plans to meet again.  Keep it short and brief.  If you do hit it off, you will have all the time in the world to spend together.  We call this first meeting a "Drive-by".  When you do your "Drive-by", be sure it is in an open, public place.  Although we refer to this as a "Drive-by", be smart and be safe.  Do not get into a car with someone you are meeting for the first time; rather than being picked up or picking up someone you don't really know, make plans to meet at a mutually convenient place.  Again, common sense and go with your gut.  As you get to know each other better, you will naturally start to share more personal and intimate details about one another and hopefully this is a beautiful beginning of a mutual "Love-connection".  Congratulations (and don't forget to invite us to the wedding)! 

 
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Is Online Dating safe?

The Worldwide Internet is a very big place.  When first communicating with others by the secured email service we provide to our members be careful about divulging certain personal information to others, i.e. home address and work address, what hours you work (or are not at home), and especially bank/financial information, social security numbers, etc...most of this is common sense.  As we know and learn in Recovery "Some are sicker than others" so the best advice we can offer in this respect is to "go with your gut" instincts.  If something doesn't feel or seem right (especially in the early communication stage), chances are it is not.  If you are even feeling "iffy", give it some time to learn more about one another and see how it pans out.  If you decide to take it further, the next step (after emailing) would be talking on the telephone.  By conversing on the telephone you can see if you are "telephonically compatible".  (At this point it would probably be a good idea to stick to exchanging just cell-phone numbers for now, again being careful not to provide too much personal information).   In a telephone conversation you can start to get a better feel for each other.  Sometimes in our emails to one-another, little words or sentences can be misconstrued and taken out of context; by hearing the tone in another's voice it can help you to determine whether they are joking or being sarcastic or serious.  After spending some time on the phone together the next step would be setting up a date and time to meet.  We suggest making this first encounter a brief one to see if there is any chemistry where you like to make future plans to meet again.  Keep it short and brief.  If you do hit it off, you will have all the time in the world to spend together.  We call this first meeting a "Drive-by".  When you do your "Drive-by", be sure it is in an open, public place.  Although we refer to this as a "Drive-by", be smart and be safe.  Do not get into a car with someone you are meeting for the first time; rather than being picked up or picking up someone you don't really know, make plans to meet at a mutually convenient place.  Again, common sense and go with your gut.  As you get to know each other better, you will naturally start to share more personal and intimate details about one another and hopefully this is a beautiful beginning of a mutual "Love-connection".  Congratulations (and don't forget to invite us to the wedding)! 

 
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