Are you looking to become a good virtual boyfriend? Rest assured that an online relationship is not much different from one in real life. And this means that the rules for a good relationship remain the same, that is: partners must demonstrate enthusiasm for each other's interests, they must always be honest with each other and, finally, they must make an effort not to create stress.
Step 1. Be cautious above all else
This is the main rule for anyone looking for or in a virtual relationship. There are sexual predators and con artists online, and they are everywhere. Therefore, do not provide data such as telephone number and address (even if they are commercial), and under no circumstances let data that might identify you escape. And don't go thinking that only women can be victims of an internet predator, everyone is vulnerable.
Step 2. Choose a good profile picture
In that case, there's no way to hide. Choose a photo that's really yours and even has good lighting - don't even think about using someone else's photo that you think will appeal more to potential candidates. Remember that first impressions are the last ones, so show your best but don't let your sincerity go.
Step 3. Ask about the interests of the candidates as they arise
Ask simple questions like: “Really, do you have a band?! What do you play?". In the end, let it flow like a normal conversation - remember that an internet relationship should be no different from one in real life? Start by showing as much interest as possible in getting to know your candidate.
Step 4. Don't lie
Lying is bad in any kind of relationship. Sooner or later, you will end up forgetting what you said and get caught in the jump. This is the kind of oversight that destroys trust and weakens bonds.
Step 5. Don't fall into temptation
It is clear that an online relationship makes life much easier for those who are willing to cheat. However, remember that this is wrong and totally unfair to the other party.
Step 6. Don't take the relationship forward if you're not comfortable
Don't give in to pressure if you're not ready for a physical encounter. Put your safety first so you don't regret it later.
Step 7. Make your first appointments in crowded public places
However, only do this when you both agree that it is time to meet in person. Look for public places that are known and busy such as restaurants and shopping malls. Don't date at home until the relationship is at a much more mature, stable stage and the two of you have seen each other often enough to know you are safe with each other.
Always bring a friend when you meet someone you've only seen on the internet, even if the meeting place is public and busy
Step 8. Think about whether it's better to remain just virtual friends, no physical dates
Step 9. Don't believe everything
Dating apps and sites have evolved a lot and managed to create “matches” more and more accurate, which does not mean that they are perfect. For this reason, it is always very important to check your “match” data before agreeing to go out with it. It's not just because the computer said it matched that you're going to run out to pay the promise you made to Santo Antônio. Review the candidate's profile and exchange a few emails with him before making the decision to go out together.
Method 1 of 1: Learning what to do after the first date
Step 1. Send me party favors
It can be a chocolate, a flower, a card, etc. Surprise yourself by having the gift delivered to your workplace or home, right in the middle of the day. And so that it doesn't become a habit, keep it on frequency.
Step 2. Go out once in a while
When you are not chatting on the internet and if you live close to each other, go out to the cinema or to an event close to home. These little walks make all the difference in virtual dating.
Step 3. Don't be sticky
Take a break from conversations once in a while. It is not necessary to keep in touch twenty-four hours a day, mainly because it will end up interfering with your daily routine (work, school, etc.).