All is not gold that glitters!
Listen to your heart and follow your instincts!
Intuition doesn't lie. In any case, here are a few clues that the person you met online is not as genuine as you thought:
Big promises, cheesy words, telling us how many things we have in common, that this between us could be something special, and they hardly felt anything like this before. After the date, you receive some rare phone calls and a few text messages. When you try to call them, the phone is switched off, and when finally they contact you, they have a really great, genuine excuse that explains why they have disappeared for so long. They usually don’t have a picture uploaded on their profile, and they remove themselves from the website straight after they have the first date with you. Oh, and another clue, they always pay by cash.
When you meet a chiseller, don’t be sad. Be happy that you have learned another valuable lesson in life. Imagine how sad and lost these people are. They need to create a fake reality because they just can’t bear the truth of their miserable lives. They sell their soul to the devil, and with that, they die a bit each day. I wonder how they might feel or what they might see when they look in the mirror.
We can’t change people. All we can do is take responsibility for our own lives, learn from our mistakes, and make sure that we correct them in the future. I’m not saying that from now on we should be cautious with everyone or put our guards up in order not to get hurt again, but let’s keep our eyes open, and bear in mind that actions always speak louder than words.
One last thing: Please never settle! If you think the other person is not worthy, don’t waste your precious time. Move on! Never ever fall in love with someone’s potential. Fall in love with who that person is today.