Dear Lianne,

I’m embarrassed to write this but I would NEVER dare tell anyone. I went online and weeded through many profiles. I found one I really liked and we started talking. I was excited about the possibilities. He seemed amazing. We FaceTimed because he thought I was too good to be true and he wanted to see I was real.

Everything went great until he suddenly became inappropriate. ¬†While we were on FaceTime he exposed himself. He said I turned him on so much he couldn’t help himself. So now my bubble is burst. I was so excited about him. I don’t know what do to. Are all guys like this?

-Disillusioned

Lianne Tregobov
Intuitive Matchmaker

Dear Disillusioned,

The world is full of many interesting characters. In my opinion Online dating has set the stage for people to behave in ridiculously inappropriate ways. Aside from him disrespecting you, he then blamed you for his behaviour. This man certainly should have impulse control. Imagine if you were face to face with him and in the getting-to-know-one-an-other phase and he conducted himelf in that way?

Most people would be mortified. I can assure you that this is not his first rodeo. This is the way he conducts himself online and likely to anyone who will watch. Had you been in a committed relationship with this fellow and you chose to participate in this behaviour that would be completely up to you.

Electronics are definitely replacing many ways of communicating. Working with a good matchmaker would reduce the risk of inappropriate behaviour. Each one of my clients have been personally interviewed by me and have had a criminal record check performed on them. I have 23 years of experience successfully matching people. If you are serious about finding love, I would suggest you contact me at 306-978-LOVE (5683) or 204-257-LOVE (5683).