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Spira served as a top executive at several leading-edge Internet and communications companies; and today, as a cyber-dating expert, she shares her stories to empower singles on the Internet dating scene.She is a gifted mentor and sits on the board of several charitable organizations in Los Angeles. In her accounting she lets us share in her dates with The Architect, the Neurologist, and the Plastic Surgeon.I’ve been having an online relationship for over four months with someone I met on a dating site and we also talk on the phone. The first time we were supposed to meet (he lives a short distance away) I chickened out. The problem is I’m getting tired of the e-mails, phone conversations and dreaming about this person. I feel if he really cared as much as he says he does, he’d want to meet me in person. Name a restaurant – not too expensive – and see what he says.He’s very open and honest and answers any question I put to him, so I know he’s not married or living with someone – but I just don't know what to do now. Tell him you enjoy his emails and phone calls, but you’re ready to meet in person.“Realize you’re in the friend zone and it’s time to find someone who does want a real relationship – which is the main reason people go online,” points out Julie, who speculates he may have already found someone else, or he may simply be after the ego boost of having someone of the opposite sex to talk to.” If you can’t get to the next level with this guy, Julie figures you have two choices.You can either stay friends with him, while at the same time looking for someone who’s ready for a deeper relationship.This romantic tell-all memoir spanning over 250 online dates, is filled with heartfelt, witty, and hilarious stories.Julie Spira, a pioneer in the Internet industry, became the first on her block to post an online dating profile.
She had one person she dated who gave her the details of his colonoscopy between the entrée and the dessert.Some 18 months on, I've discovered him online dating again. He's undermined our marriage once more, but denies this is infidelity as he's 'just looking' and doesn't do anything!I disagree as I've read some of the exchanges - he says he's not married, then when they get to a 'let's meet' point he doesn't go. I've lost all trust and can't tell truth from lies.Three years ago, at 50, he had a classic midlife crisis (his words): new 'boy band' hairdo, jive lessons ( without me), going to the gym, trendy clothes, a second mobile - and online dating.He went to counselling alone, refused to go as a couple, and I believe he wanted to end the marriage. I was so frightened I did all I could to cling on, as I know he was close to leaving for good.