Free dating tips

What did you do well


“What did I do wrong?”

The above is one of the most common questions one asks themselves on dating sites.

The other one is “Why didn’t I get an answer from them?”

Fortunately, you can’t ask both about the same person.

You did wrong less often than you would think.

Answer the questions to find the best matches!


There are a few questions on Diamonds waiting for you. The more questions you answer, the better matches you’ll find. Answer them now to make your dream come true!

Why one doesn’t get response? Part one


Most often, men complain about the lack of the response.

Most often, women complain: “If I don’t respond, I’ll receive another insulted message. When I say a polite ‘no’, I’ll receive another insulted message. As results are the same, it becomes challenging to find a reason to respond. Anyway, I receive too many messages. They are a mixture of ‘Hello’ and ‘Why didn’t you reply??!’”

We’ll help both sides.

How to look self-confident on the date


No way.

You have been told that self-confidence makes you attractive.

This is true.

You may also have heard how to act self-confident. Don’t walk. Don’t move glasses around the table. Don’t make faces. Don’t blush. Breath slowly. Don’t shake. Keep your heart rate at 62 per minute.

Forget it.

Online vs. real-life dating


I used to sign up to dating sites because I was shy to ask out strangers. At least those whom I liked much.

Nowadays I have enough confidence to ask out anyone. This is how I met a big love of my live.

I met another big love on a dating site. Everyone else whose personality fitted to mine I also met online.

The difference between online dating and “real-life dating” isn’t about the quality but about the risks. Let me explain what I mean by using a personal example.



Life gives us both good and bad. We don’t smile all the time. You don’t have to. But, for that five seconds, when a picture is taken of you, think about something wonderful. It matters more than you might believe.

Be bold


Someone close to me recently told me that she had uploaded a picture to Diamonds only to please me. Otherwise, she felt uncomfortable. I know how this is.

There is a conception that being on a dating site is “strange”. People say “you shouldn’t force these things to happen. Let the Fate arrange it for you.”

The first question is: what “these things” exactly means. Why does one sign up to a dating site?