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Because some women felt an instant chemistry and even a spiritual connection with me, as if they had known me all their life…“he’s different so he must be safe.” Well the good news is that I was and am safe and so are most guys.
However, is it really worth taking the risk for the 1-2% who might be dangerous?
Reflecting back to when I was single and looking after my divorce, I’m shocked at how easily a woman WHO I DID NOT KNOW would invite me to her home (having never met me before) after a few chats via phone/email/text.
It was kinda easy to WOO and WOW women on the phone and they not only thought me safe, they felt an almost unique connection with me.
With your username and password, someone can post language that gets you expelled from school, in trouble with your parents, or even in trouble with the law. Just because the Internet is so massive does not mean that embarrassing or risqué pictures, rude or mean comments, or illegal activities will disappear forever.
Watch what you post about yourself or others -- or allow your friends to post about you -- because you may have to live with it for a long, long time.At this point she will set the victim up as her knight in shining armor, the only one who can help her.She might just need money to pay her bills but will probably want desperately to come and visit him in his Western nation.As your heart protector, here are some common sense safety tips when you think he’s different: First, meet in a public place.There is safety in numbers and meeting for the first time in a restaurant or coffee shop would provide enough witnesses should the date turn sour.Here’s the general rule: Don’t give out any information that a predator could possibly use to find you.