A reader emailed me with the question, "What's the best way to get over falling in love with someone you met via online dating that you've actually never met in person? Here is the good news. Getting over this person will not be difficult for you at all. Why do I say this?
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In the early days of the internet, it was common advice to never meet someone in person that you'd only met online. These days, it's much more common—but you should still take a few precautions. More often than not, if you're meeting someone you've only ever talked to online for the first time, it falls into one of two categories. Either it's a social call like a date or a party , or a casual business deal such as selling a laptop on Craigslist. In most cases, the tips here will cover both, but always be careful to take precautions for your specific scenario. Traditional wisdom says that you should give out as little information about yourself as possible when meeting someone online.
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Q: I am in a long distance relationship for about 15 months and yet to meet him in person due to the nature of his job. I had peace within whenever I prayed about this that he is the right man, and we both believed firmly that God connected us. These days, technology has really taken over the way we do life. When I talk and advise about online dating, I always say that you need to bring your honesty, you need to bring your wisdom, and then eventually — you need to bring it to real life. I get long-distance.