This year's Valentines Day is almost a memory. A couple more hours and our single friends in the east coast can celebrate that the day is finally over.
It's all because the media is now portraying Valentines Day as a day for singles to enjoy being single. Don't buy into that crap - it's just a big deception. If you had a choice, would you want to be single? Really? The truth is .... nobody wants to be single. Everybody wants to be with somebody and not just on Valentine, but for the rest of the 365 days of the year.
Valentines Day is a day for love and romance. Getting Chocolates and Flowers. Maybe a bubble bath and a little bit of somethin'-somethin' afterwards. If you didn't celebrate the day with a partner, then, it is time to start looking.
So, here's a list of dating sites where Mr. Right could be hiding:EHARMONY
A girlfriend of mine just started on Eharmony and she gives it a big thumbs up. You have to pay for the service, but they provide you with high quality matches. Before you enter open communication with a match, you send questionnaires back and forth to make sure that this could be a relationship worth pursuing.AMERICAN SINGLES
I personally would give this site a ten star rating. I first used their service about 4 years back and met some really nice quality men. Just not for me, but they were very prime examples of manhood - great job, good lifestyle and ready for commitment. I met my fiance through a friend of his that I met on American Singles. This is an excellent example of why you should take a chance on online dating.LAVALIFE
My first exposure to online dating, even before I was single. One of my best friends decided it was time to meet "the man" and went on Lavalife "speed dating". Her concept really was to meet as many men as possible and eventually she'll find him. We couldn't keep up with her, she had a different date every night, maybe even two - one for drinks and another for dinner. In three months, she met him, and in another six months she was married. My best friend also met his wife on Lavalife and they where married within one year of meeting each other.
Mr. Right is most definitely out there. You just have to broaden your horizons in order to find him. Who knows? He could just be waiting for you set up an account so he could send you a wink. And the rest could be history as we know it.RELATED ARTICLES: