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I'll continue with 'normal' dating sites too of course! If you look upon a person as being the one to "cure" them or vice versa you will be in for a bumpy ride . Well this was a bad idea, wow my threads always end up like this I should stick to posting on other people's really. Plenty more stuff to chat about on here OKAY I just had to edit that. Jeez louise, I need to take a break and do some painting, that'll calm me down good I reckon.My mate Dave is the most normal, and his normality has caused us some differences as he basically sees me as being a sad loser (In the nicest possible way ) and his wife doesn't like him hanging around with sad losers, especially now he has a kid. I find the opposite sex easy to interact and don't have that side of SA but I still think it's important not taking silly risks if you almost have a fear of dating/relationships. You don't have to give out real names or anything else and I think it's nice seeing a proactive poster for once. Christ I'm sorry for this thread, I need a break from this forum for a few days.Just because it's a mental health site doesn't mean all the users are Jame Gumb I've just suddenly got the feeling that I don't have a lot in common with people who are really, really normal - of course, I'm normal, just there are degrees of normality My best mate has Tourettes and panic disorder, my brother is an impulsive anti-social alkie with a criminal record for vandalism and all sorts.Those are my kinda people I'd like a partner like my best friend, who understands mental health conditions - but it's not essential. Do you kno how hard it can be dealing with someone who is having an episode? Sorry if that sounds harsh I like both you posters Cavegirl and SJSuk so no offence, you're alright but... I posted a picture of my face a fortnight ago and it wasn't on.YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE COMPANY CURRENTLY DOES NOT CONDUCT CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS OR SCREENINGS ON ITS MEMBERS.
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While it may be difficult to detect who is a dangerous threat, dating sites like Match.com, which has partnered with the National Cyber Security Alliance, offer a detailed list of online safety tips — but ultimately, it's a matter of dater beware. Don’t agree to be picked up and don’t feel pressure to go anywhere else from that place, or do anything else with that date at that time so you can get a better sense of that person.” But in the case of Lyne, it’s so far unclear how well she knew Charlton, and how much time they'd been together before their Friday date.
Michael Kaiser, the executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, recommended: “The classic advice is to meet someone first in a public place. Carmichael contends that while Lyne may have followed online dating safety advice, she still may not have escaped her tragic fate.
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