Understanding The Verification Process

I know it can be frustrating to set a first time session. You already have concerns and excitement regarding our time together. Now you're being asked to give your personal information. It may feel a bit uncomfortable at first. It's a small hurdle worth the benefits.

You may have come directly to my site, or by way of social media. With a quick search, you can find out quite a bit about me from the internet. My life is shared online 24/7. You've read or watched a variety of content to learn more about me. Now I need a chance to know you a bit better.

I don't engage in judgment or assumptions. It helps me to learn as much as I can about you. The more comfortable you are sharing enables me to be the same. I'm sure the safety benefits for us both are apparent. Beyond that, I always like to assure we are compatible. No, it doesn't need to be a novel. However, it should be more than, "Hey Arden, You around tonight?" When you string a few sentences together, I can get an idea of who you are. For that same reason, I do not book via text. There is someone for everyone. I want to be sure I am the right woman for you. If for any reason we aren't a match. I am always happy to help refer you to someone who may suit you better. It's all part of the individual care I give to others.

I tend to have a laid back style. When we connect, I do my best to communicate my needs and expectations. I can appreciate it when others do the same. Don't worry if you're nervous or not sure what to say. I don't expect you to be an expert. I only ask you to be respectful and do your best.

It's important to me that you feel comfortable throughout the process. I handle emails personally. No agency or assistant is viewing our correspondence. What we talk about is just between you and I. Verification is never meant to make you feel uncomfortable or frustrated. It is necessary. I hope I've made it a bit less painful by shedding some light on the process.