Sunday telegraph internet dating
“Using the internet to 'get out there’ allows one to be more proactive,” says dating adviser Paula Rosdol.
“I say to clients: 'As mature individuals, you’ve taken control of your finances, health, family matters…
That’s why Telegraph Dating still runs its service in Friday’s paper and in Seven magazine on a Sunday.
Kevin Pearson, 61, who runs his own bathroom company, met Inge Edwards, a 63 year-old-language teacher, eight years ago through the classifieds.
The internet is a good place to start.’” If you want proof that internet dating can work, you have only to take a look at the “success story” section on the Telegraph Dating site to find positive reports from dozens of satisfied users.
“One of the biggest concerns that users have about online dating- if they are new to the experience – is safety, security and whether the people they meet will be genuine.
We go the extra mile, in terms of rigorous profile and photo checks, to ensure that the experience matches up to their expectations.” But despite the increased popularity of online dating, there are still plenty of people – particularly older readers – who prefer to read or respond to an advertisement in the paper.
I realised that Mr Right might not simply turn up on my doorstep.
“A couple of friends had admitted to dallying with online dating and I thought I’d give it a go.