SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: May, 24 – June, 4.

SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: May, 24 – June, 4.

Hello, everyone and welcome back to SkaDate Dating Software roundup series. Today’s issue is mostly devoted to online dating tips and tells you how not to be thrown by white-bread salami sandwiches like the current prime minister of Australia Julia Gillard was or not to have a wedding like in Game of Thrones S03e09.

The most interesting online dating news: dating rules are waved in 2013, tips on creating a beautiful dating profile for summer, religious debates about online dating and more.

Is online dating acceptable for religious people?

In one camp, there are some who believe looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God’s provision of a spouse. The other side counters that online dating is merely a tool God can use to bring two people together – users don’t place their faith in the matchmaking site, but in the Lord.

There are no dating rules in 2013

Jenni Trent-Hughes, eHarmony’s relationship expert: “Rules are like walls and sometimes walls need to be demolished to let the light in. Step outside your comfort zone and see what happens – be the dater you want to be not the one you’ve been told to be.”

4 reasons why people are not dating after divorce

Sandy Weiner: “Many of my clients stayed married for decades to cheaters, liars, or a spouse who abused them physically or emotionally. They stayed in those marriages for many reasons: the well-being of the kids, financial fears and/or low self-esteem. And now they’re afraid to date another cheater, liar or abuser.”

How to update your profile for summer time?

Cara Mason: “Summer is the perfect time for walks in the park, strolls on the beach and catching some rays in the garden so your online dating profile should highlight that!”

Study shows that online dating leads to happier marriages

A survey of nearly 20,000 Americans reveals that marriages between people who met online are at least as stable and satisfying as those who first met in the real world—possibly more so.