Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.

Little Rant

Most online dating sites let you see who’s been looking at your profile (and they’ll let you browse privately, without showing up in anyone’s records if you prefer).  Anyway, sometimes I’ll notice the same guy showing up in my “who’s viewing you” list, day after day.  I usually just ignore it, assuming the guy is […]

What’s A Girl To Do?

I think I already know the answer to this, but maybe I’m wrong.  I’m wrong a lot. I have a lot of different online profiles, with a few different online services.  The one thing that they all have in common (other than that they all describe me in one way or another and they all […]

I’d Rather Be Wrong

A couple of weeks ago I wrote that I knew it was going to be harder for me to date at 39.  Well, it’s started to happen.  I unhid my nerve.com profile the day after my birthday.  This is an old account for me, although I update it every time I unhide it with new […]

Back in the Game

So much has happened in the last few days.  But then, nothing has actually happened. The European had dutifully been texting me good morning just about every day since our third date. Plus some additional texts later in the day.  I heard from him Saturday night that he’d actually been home sick for most of […]

Coincidence?

I logged onto nerve.com during halftime to check on one of the site’s features (kind of for research).  I know I said I was going to reactivate my account, but truth is I never got around to it.  I’ve been so busy lately that I even hid my OKCupid profile.  Just for the time being.  […]