Valuable Online Dating Tips That Are Specially Created For Men

Valuable online dating tips that are specially created for men

Books were written about the fact that men and women are different, not only in their way of thinking but also in the way they are dating, in how they see things and approaches they use in their personal life. Things are no different in the case of online dating as well, so regardless if one is using an online dating service in India or opt for traditional dating, men and women will always do things differently. Because men are not aware of these differences between them and the women they try to date, success may fail to appear. So, do know that not managing to get a woman’s attention is not because of the online dating app in India you are using, but of the faulty strategy, you may have adopted. To help you, we composed a set of valuable tips that will turn in odds in their favor, so check and see how they can help.

Why are you present online?

While it may not seem that relevant, it is very important for a man to know why he is present online. Why are you using the best dating app in India? Are you looking just to have fun or you would like to find someone for a long-term relationship? Knowing what you want will help you connect with women that have the same goals and desires. So don’t claim to want something you don’t because that will never work out. Be honest with yourself and the women you meet and the desired results won’t fail to appear.

Never forget about the importance of photos

Believe it or not, your profile photos are more important than the written content. You should provide photos that represent who you are in the best way possible, photos of both who you are and of your favorite activities and hobbies. Take plenty of photos and only choose those that are of good quality and fit your personality. Having your best friends helping with the photo selection may help a lot.

A playful profile can work wonders

The profile used for online dating should be both playful and provide relevant info about you. So, spend some time in writing real facts about yourself, like your values, but don’t forget to spice everything with something fun here and there. A funny profile that will make a woman smile will definitely capture her attention.

Your first move would be to like her

You don’t have the time or don’t know what to say to a woman you consider interesting? Then just pick one of her photos and like it. This way, you will show your interest with diplomacy and will indirectly invite her to check you out as well. It is like allowing things to warm up slightly, making her become familiar with you before actually making contact through messages. You see, women are more likely to react in a positive manner to something that looks familiar to them, so this strategy does exactly this part, so when you decide to send the first message you won’t be a complete stranger.

Your first message should send a real message while being playful

So you think that the moment arrived to initiate the first message and connect with the woman that got your attention. Be playful in the message by mentioning something about her photos or profile, like a funny detailed you notice or making a playful remark on her personality. But, at the same time, keep it real, in a balanced and brief message, if you want to get some results out of it.

10 Ways Your Life Improved A Lot After Your Breakup

It is true that breakups are hard and unpleasant when they happen, but if you are patient, you will see the bright side in it. Of course, it is hard to believe that there can be anything positive when you are suffering due to a breakup, no matter on what side of the barricade you are, so take the following list as a reminder to cheer you up. Also, don’t forget that there are true facts as well. EverAfterApp helps you to bring happiness in your life.

1. You will have the chance to date yourself

Dating doesn’t have to be about spending time with someone. You are as important and you deserve to spend time caring for yourself. So, use the new found time to do the things you like instead.

2. Start being yourself again

When we are with someone, we often need to control our behavior and dress appropriate. But now, if you feel like wearing your favorite sweatshirt and letting your hair down, go for it, because no one will make an observation about it.

3. You will have a clearer view of what you want

Do your best and learn a lesson from your former relationship, so you will know what to avoid in the future for a happier relationship.

4. A painful experience triggers empathy

The truth is that pain and discomfort makes us respect others more, teaching us that we need to respect others if we want to be respected in our turn.

5. You finally get to see who your friend is for real

Usually, after a breakup, the friends in your group will split. Your real friends will stick to your side, offering support and understanding, while the others will stick with your ex.

6. You stopped being responsible for someone else

The good news is that from now on you will be responsible for your deeds alone, which is a very relieving thought if you think about it better. You care less what your ex will end up doing.

7. No more excuses in your case

People invent all sorts of excuses to mask an unhealthy or unhappy relationship, so not having to deal with one will mean no more excuses to hide behind. After a while, you will admit that there were many dysfunctional things about your relationship.

8. You don’t need to put up with people you don’t like

Most certainly he had friends you didn’t like, but tolerated for his sake. But, you don’t to put up with this anymore. You are free not to hang out with the people you don’t like, choosing to spend time with your real friends.

9. The bed is entirely yours and so are nap times

No more sitting on your side of the bed because you can easily sleep in the middle of it without being pushed away in the middle of the night. Are you feeling tired and in the mood for a noon nap? Then go for it because there is no one around to spoil it for you. All this rest will give you plenty of energy to spend as you please and will make you look good.

10. You haven’t experienced the best part just yet

Well, the previously mentioned facts are just a small part of what is lying ahead. You will never know what amazing surprises life will provide in the future, making your former relationship look like a bad joke. Now that you are free, you are available to meet someone that truly deserves you and enjoy a relationship you never thought was possible. Try our Mobile App to bring more brightness

How Vietnamese International Schools Are Failing Millennial Teens

The tension between the traditional attitudes of Asian parents and the reality faced by today’s Asian teens has always been a tightrope international schools in the region have had to walk – and never more so than now.

Now there is a real and widening generation gap on a huge range of issues, from smoking, drinking, underage sex, teen pregnancy, LGBT students, teen relationships, porn-watching and the Internet.

Here in Vietnam, a country I have called home for the best part of 17 years, my job as an English teacher puts me on the frontline in the battle between the generations that is currently being waged in homes and schools across Southeast Asia.

Middle-class Asian parents, brought up during the austerities of post-Cold War poverty, have worked hard to give their children a better life. Convinced by traditional Confucian ideas on the importance of education, they have encouraged their children to study hard, take extra classes, complete mounds of homework and get good grades, while equipping them with iPhones, laptops and all the latest mod cons, in an effort to give their children what they themselves could never have or afford when they were younger.

However, all this comes at a cost. Long hours spent running businesses selling knocked-off Chinese-made T-shirts in sweatshop premises located on busy streets seething with motorbike traffic has led to today’s modern Vietnamese teens being brought up by the rented housekeeper, who cooks and cleans for them while Mum and Dad are out earning money.

So while middle-class parents can now afford to send their kids to mid-budget “international” schools that offer a mix of the Vietnamese National Curriculum and a hastily slapped-together, devoid-of-all-credit-points English program of English, Maths and Science taught by expat foreign teachers, their children have grown up surrounded by modern millennial attitudes towards issues that would have been shocking in their parents’ day.

Allowed out in the evening with no adult supervision, alone in dealing with the stresses of upcoming exams, these teens are now frequenting shisha lounges, smoking weed, indulging in casual, no-strings-attached underage sex, getting pregnant at weekend parties at friends’ houses, watching Mia Khalifa on Pornhub and drinking vodka Cruisers during homework time, among more normal things, such as listening to K-Pop, learning to dance hip-hop and playing basketball.

What have these international schools done about this? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. On a quest to gain accreditation with international bodies such as the Council for International Schools (CIS), there has been a tightening-up of school rules, where students are punished more often for minor infractions, while, at the same time, schools endeavour to look the best they can externally, making cosmetic changes to curriculum design by putting foreign teachers into “head of subject” positions without any increase in remuneration and an expectation to put in more and more hours of free time in a drive to attain “international standards”.

However, more serious for the students is the way the schools ride roughshod over the individual rights of teens. Schools in this budget range are way more expensive than Vietnamese state schools, while at the same time being far lower in quality than the ultra-exclusive, “American high school in Vietnam” experience offered by IB World Schools to the Vietnamese super-rich, where a year’s tuition runs upwards of $20,000 per annum. Such mid-market schools as the one I worked in are terrified of modern teen issues, gossip and scandal, as these risk alienating the existing customer base of older-generation Vietnamese parents. Internal scenes of occasionally unruly classrooms lead to student mobile phones being snatched away by Vietnamese teaching staff, “officially” because carrying mobile phones to school is against the rules but actually because the school is terrified that the students will upload the photos to Facebook for parents and the whole world to see.

Perhaps the most serious threat yet to student safety in the school where I worked came in January 2016, when, after one schoolboy attempted suicide the month prior after splitting up with his girlfriend, the school announced to students that from now on, all their Facebook accounts will be stalked and if there is any sign that they have boyfriends or girlfriends, the school will telephone their parents, claiming that their grades are suffering. This has since led to a number of students receiving physical and verbal abuse from parents. Of particular concern is the student LGBT community, since such a policy is likely to force LGBT students to “come out” to their parents before they are ready, possibly putting them at risk of serious domestic violence and abuse.

Tension is nearing breaking point as the traditions of the older generation come face-to-face with a new generation who have no major hang-ups on casual sex, Internet dating, porn-viewing, recreational substance use and hanging out with their LGBT friends in the classroom.

SO WHAT’S THE ANSWER? As a teacher on the front line, a life coach and qualified youth counsellor, my contribution is in giving timely and sometimes straight-down-the-line accurate advice on teen self-esteem, personal development, health, wealth, sex, dating and relationships, while at the same time advocating and supporting my teens in every way I can, sometimes in the face of hostile reactions from school management and other teaching staff.

I NOW HAVE A PLAN to establish an afterschool activity centre close to the school where I worked, where my teens can learn life skills and the knowledge they need to turn their lives around, give up their more negative habits and choose new ones that lead them to taking the necessary steps to lead the life they have always wanted and achieve their personal goals. Based on the American 4-H youth organisation but “Vietnamized” and more focused on personal development and learning marketable skills that will be valuable in the online marketplace in the future, my vision is to create a values-driven and exciting centre of informal education that allows my teens to believe in themselves and make their dreams come true.

To do this, I intend to crowdfund the setting-up of the centre via the IndieGogo crowdfunding platform but to do that, I need a crowd of fans, followers and supporters willing to donate. To that end, I have become an author and I will soon publish my first novel about the issues my teen face. The novel is called “Shisha Girl” and the book cover is the picture at the top of this article. Published soon as a serial on Wattpad and as a print book and Kindle on Amazon, I hope the book will give me the fans I need to run a successful IndieGogo campaign.

Check out the Slideshare presentation below for a brief overview of my work to improve the lives of my teens. It’s time to make a difference. It’s time to change things around, to shake things up and start something new. Let’s have a new generation of young Asian millennials who embrace the realities of life in the 21st. Century, while giving them the inspiration and courage they need to achieve levels of success their parents could only dream of. LET’S START NOW!