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'All the teachers knew that I didn't speak; some would try to get a sentence out of me, others would just accept it.I remember one teacher shouting at me saying, "you must answer the register in case there is a fire", which just made me cry.You can’t watch as they smile, and that smile spreads up into their eyes and transforms their face into one of the most beautiful things you’ve ever seen – a thing that warms your heart and makes you realize you want to spend more time with the person. Unfortunately, the reality is nowhere near that fantasy.To get some insight into what women go through on these dating websites, I pulled aside one of my family members who I knew had spent some time on these sites looking for her future spouse.The nursery teachers were trying their best to cheer me up or make me talk to them or the other children.While the other children were intrigued by her inability to talk and nicknamed her 'the girl who wouldn't speak', Kirsty's teachers tried various attempts to get her to find her voice, initially without success.I don’t know, maybe some girls might think of that as a compliment but personally, I would have preferred a simple message like, “Hey, would you like to talk?I saw that some of your interests were the same as mine,” or something along those lines.
She continued to be shy when she was at secondary school but gained in confidence when she took her A Levels and when her good looks were noticed by modelling agents.RD: Did you get ANY messages from guys that seemed nice at all? AW: No, but the creepy messages most likely ruined it for any decent guys that might be around.Those messages made me run far, far away from online dating. Okay, it’s time to have an open and frank discussion about the battle of the sexes and the dating game.It’s far too complex, scary and difficult for mere mortals – so let’s bridge the gap by asking both men and women what doesn’t work when it comes to online dating Dating has gone digital.
An estimated one in 150 children suffer from selective mutism in Britain.