INTERNET SOUL MATES is must-have for anyone seriously interested in using the internet to find their once-in-a-lifetime partner. He has been a computer user since 1977, and has been surfing the internet since 1993.
At .95, it's half the cost of the typical monthly internet access charge, but provides invaluable information on how to maximize on-line time for today's would-be romantics on the cyber-highway. The book is trivial and does not offer much in addition to what's already available from numerous websites.
But, with so many information options bombarding the average internet user, experiments with finding one's "soul mate" on-line can often times produce a frustrating, overwhelming and intimidating experience.
That's why Deanna Rose's new book "INTERNET SOUL MATES" is a timely and credible read for internet soul searchers.
As a hopeless romantic, I’ve always held on tight to the idea that there is one man out there for me. But I’m also a realist (not negative, just real), so I have to question the whole thing, too. There’s only person out there that was destined to be with me from day one? What if he’s stuck somewhere and I’m over here watching Friends? What if we use the term “soul mate” as an excuse to make ourselves believe that someone is supposed to be ours?
Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves.”–Plato That’s an interesting concept to entertain, isn’t it? To believe that our whole life, we’ve been searching for that one special person that completes us completely, someone who fits into our life and our being like a missing puzzle piece, and that all along, this person, who was chosen for you from the beginning of time, has been looking for you, too.My Internet dating journey began by placing two free personal ads on the Internet out of curiosity.To my surprise, I received over 10,000 quality responses within a four-week time period.I’d be lying if I said I don’t believe in soul mates, but I’m not sure if I believe in it for the right reasons.I’m also not sure if this belief is technically hurting me when it comes to dating.