We all know by now that online dating is a modern and widely accepted way to meet people. We can search for soulmates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can post a picture of ourselves at our best yet be sitting behind the computer searching for studs while we are wearing last night’s hair and makeup and sporting our unsexiest jammy jams. Fabulous!
There is one aspect of online dating, however, that I’m struggling to understand. This is more prevalent online than it has been for me in real life, as I don’t tend to meet men with this relationship status roadblock. The stymieing status is that of “currently separated.”
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I have not been contacting any of the men who contact me with that relationship status. I am single, clearly ready to mingle and am also baggage free. I have room to make someone a priority and am hoping to establish a real connection with them. I want to be in a relationship. I do not want to be someone’s rebound!
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I feel that, if someone is “currently separated”, they should offer up more information on that in their profile. Seriously! These people need to let us know if they are looking for a distraction or if they are waiting for the ink to dry on their divorce papers. Disclosure is essential and can avoid much confusion.