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Hi all, I am a 36 year old female who is looking to settle down.
Thanks You could probably find this on but I would probably suggest putting up a bare profile and looking around at the available guys, reading their profiles and seeing which ones appeal to you and that are looking LTR. I had a profile up there but it's currently hidden as I just started dating a woman recently from there and am seeing how it progresses.
If you put up a full profile with a pretty pic then you will have to deal with a bunch of 25yo's, 65yo's, outright liars etc. (She contacted me) I think it's a decent site if you know how to use it.
Can anyone tell me the name of the dating site geered towards people looking for a long-term relationship that could lead to marriage.
I know there was a previous thread about this but I can't find it.
Thanksi looked at "plenty of fish .com" but havent had any luck on there its hard to find people in this age group cause most of the good ones are married.
At some point both parties have to lay it on the line, and today I’m thinking that sooner rather than later is the way to go. “If you’re over the age of 34, don’t waste your time.Is there an upbeat, non-attacking way to say that I want to get married and will only consider meeting men who want the same?I don’t want to sound harsh (or scary), but neither do I want to spend any more time in my life getting to know someone only to discover that he isn’t looking to get married.So hold off on the proclamations and use your best radar.If the guy sounds like a player by email, phone, or after the first couple of dates, you can always dump him.You’d probably pass it along to your friends because he sounds so horrible. Thus, it doesn’t matter if you want marriage, a non-smoker, or a tall, red-headed fireman with a kinky side – the wrong people will always write to you.