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When you’ve found someone online, you want to shout it from the rooftops. You’re happy, you’re dating, and you can finally stop saying that you’re the ‘single friend’ whom everyone pities.

Feels good, doesn’t it?

However, once you get to this point, you might find it difficult to take down that online profile. After all, this relationship might not work, so why not keep your options open?

You aren’t alone. You want to make sure the next Mr. or Mrs. Right can still find you, but isn’t this taking away from your confidence in your current relationship? Absolutely.

You need to give the relationship you have right now the best shot possible – and that means taking down that online profile (yes, all of them) or turning it to an ‘inactive’ mode. This way, you aren’t going to get distracted by all of the potential dates out there. You know, the ones that only seem to pop up when you’re already taken?

If your current partner found you online, they’re not going to think you’re too serious if they can still find your active profile. And if they still have their profile up, you know you’d be suspicious of your long term success too.

Focus on what you have now. If it doesn’t work out, at least you know your profile is effective – and you can always put it back and put yourself back out

  taraDating EssentialsPersonal Profiles,RelationshipWhen you've found someone online, you want to shout it from the rooftops. You're happy, you're dating, and you can finally stop saying that you're the 'single friend' whom everyone pities. Feels good, doesn't it? However, once you get to this point, you might find it difficult to take down...Advice and Tips for Online Dating