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Deja Vu all over again – dating the one who got away

ties-756226__180The Déjà vu Date, also referred to as a the “Re Date” is a dating phenomenon widely embraced by singles today.

Dusting off your little black book and reconnecting with people you’ve dated in the past, is now deemed both smart and comfortable, as well as a ‘no-brainer’ and for a ‘Second chance at love.’

Webster might define a Deja vu date as an active verb with legs: “An engagement to go out socially, again, with a person from your past, as in: someone you dated – previously. Second chance.”

One Date Wonders

Everyone knows there are myriad reasons dating couples break up, split up, detach and disappear. It smacks of Goldilocks: too hard, too soft, too weird or just too the-timing-was-not-right.

There are a million stories in the dated city.
The concept of a Re Date introduces the benefit of already knowing a person and realizing, perhaps you were too rash, at first blush.

If at first you don’t succeed, Re Date.

Bobby J. has been called, among other things, a “Perpetual Bachelor.” He has an iPhone crammed with phone numbers, a little Black Book, plus a Rolodex filled with a plethora of names of women he has dated in the past.

Let’s just say he has been a man-about-town for a decade. Or two.
He said, “Re Dating is like a romantic breakthrough, where you realize you may have passed up a potential love-of-your life, by mistake, and you want to heartily connect, again.” Bravo, Bobby!

startup_dating__180The Online Dating Buffet

It has been said, loudly and often, that scrolling through pages of online pictures and dating profiles on the on line dating sites is very similar to a never-ending buffet line or jaunt through a candy store.
The problem is  the wide assortment, it stultifies. Both men and women admits to be overwhelmed, minds get muddled and hearts go thump in the night.
Mistakes are made and we all think about the one who got away.
The answer: Re Date. Give it a try. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Text that cutie that got way. 

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“I thought how unpleasant it is to be locked out; and I thought how it is worse, perhaps, to be locked in.”

Virginia Woolf

 

Try a Re Date Today and drop me at line at: page.larkin@gmail.com

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