You can give a general idea about where you work and what you do, but don’t be specific about which office building you’re in. It really depends how comfortable you are with the idea of a stranger having your number (and yes they are a stranger).Give a general idea about your hangouts, but not details such as “every Tuesday I take a spinning class at X gym on X street”. I personally do not give my number out anymore unless there has been a first date and there is a potential for a second date.There are countless inappropriate requests that come in, so how do you weed them out? Regardless of how clear you are in your profile you will still get outrageous requests and stupid messages. What I’ve noticed recently is that a lot of guys are skipping to giving their telephone number pretty much right away and wanting to navigate away from the site and onto texting. It’s important to remember that stranger danger is REAL! You may think you know all about the person you’re chatting with.They seem nice enough, but you are only seeing what they want you to see. So you have to set your boundaries almost immediately when you’re chatting online and before you’ve met someone in person and decided to move further.Don’t give your social media accounts out or anything that can trace them back to you. What do you do if they give you their number and ask you to call them or text them? I will admit I used to, but I just don’t feel comfortable doing it because I’ve had some weirdos I didn’t want to talk to keep texting and calling even after months of not talking.
You know absolutely nothing about them or their lifestyle. Setting your boundaries means that you don’t give out personal identifiable information about you.
You can give a general idea about where you live (for example, you live in the city center).
That’s why I like apps like BBM or other similar ones …
you just add them without having to give your number and can chat.
Most of us are quite seasoned in the online dating world.Regardless of which site (or sites) you’re on, you deal with the same types of issues. So what is appropriate and what isn’t when you’re first chatting online?