Everybody knows the story, you meet someone online, you think you click, you don't heed the warning signs (raunchy pictures, strip shows on screen, multiple OKC accounts, 700+contacts in the skype, kik etc.). You fall for a person that plays hard to get, gives you the silent treatment, sends you nice messages once in a while to keep you hooked, videochats with u and acts interesting and all of the sudden, cuts you off, leaving you without saying why (you were probably clingy, worried too much, asking too much) giving no explanation, blocking you. You have been duped by master manipulators that craved attention, fishing for compliments, getting a rise out of you. Let you suffer from emotional torment and anguish. Emotional Vamprisim. How do you cope as a victim of this? Needless to say it was your fault because you were naive and too attached to something that was impossible? I am not talking about a week fling where you can bail out but after a period over several months where the other party acted interested.
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Listen to the red flags. If this chick had that many contacts and that many OKC accounts then you walked into that one with your eyes open and thought that you were that special that she would be all for you. When it comes to dating, whether online or in real life you have to look at the person you are talking to and find out if they really are who they say they are. A lot of people are fake. Thats not just the internet people either. People in general are fake. There are a lot of people who manufacture personas so they can interact with people. They create a character to play so that they dont have to get close to people. These characters are sometimes really elaborate, but under closer inspection have holes in their story. When you see a bunch of red flags just walk away. You got suckered by a pretty face and a couple of nice words. Dont settle and dont stop thinking when talking to women, whether it be in person or online. When you stop using your head is when you make mistakes and set yourself up to get hurt. Dont ignore things that would otherwise send you running. No matter how cute the person is, dont ignore the red flags.1