For best results, you should delete the profile or at least deactivate it. This would let the other person know that you care and that you don’t need anyone else.  Guys are not logical and even though you are not supposed to be monogamous, it is nice to hear from someone that “its just you and I for awhile”.

So next time you have a successful date, deactivate your profile or delete it and call and let the other person know about it. Don’t make a big deal about it.

It gets even better:  if the other guy finds out himself that you deleted it ( by not being able to show your profile to his friends ) and asks you why  you can just say: “I thought you were so special that I don’t need to see anyone else. ” This will “floor” him and is very powerful way to have someone fall for you quicker.

  • eric says:

    I disagree. One successful date does not make a relationship. After several dates, it would be appropriate to state in your profile that you are seeing someone special and or that you are just looking for friends. Once the relationship has progressed to steady dating, I would implement the approach described above in order to “seal the deal”.

  • Omar says:

    I agree with Eric that one date certainly does not make a relationship. I do feel, however that the article is correct in stating that if you felt the sparks and you want to continue moving forward then deactivating your profile is the best step. This is tricky thought, if the other guy was not really looking for something so serious then he will be scared away, and quickly.