Internet Dating Is Not Like Ordering a Pizza
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Internet Dating Is Not Like Ordering a Pizza

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Have you become frustrated with Internet dating? If you've tried online dating and given up, or even if you thought the Internet wasn't right for you, this book will give you the courage to try again, this time armed with specific illustrations on what really works - from the profile through the dating stage. Don't waste another minute wondering why some people seem to hav...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Bonjour Publishing
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Wendy Hines
Internet Dating is Not Like Ordering a Pizza is geared toward those folks who have been unsuccessful with computer dating.

Cherie takes us through the steps to write a terrific profile with a positive approach. A few pointers mentioned are: Don't to talk about what you do. Your hoping to meet someone, not seeking a job. Don't say "I'm just your average Joe or gal". Folks want to know the real you so don't disqualify yourself.

Coffee dates are for when you want to meet that person finally face-to-f...more
Dorothy Thompson
When it comes to going through all the trials and tribulations of online dating, Cherie Burbach has been there, done that. A single girl in her mid-30s who had a great life, but no one to share it with, she shared a common statistic among women her age. A great job, outside interests, but no one seemed to fill those gigantic shoes of the infamous Mr. Right.

Despite her wonderful and active life, Cherie couldn’t help but to feel something was missing. She tried ignoring it, but it was a void she k...more
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