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In addition to the photo of you doing something, you definitely want to make sure you’re smiling in another picture you choose.
People are naturally drawn to someone who smiles; you’ll appear more relaxed and approachable—both excellent qualities for getting to know someone.
Rather than just a picture of your face (which you should still include), you will reveal your interests and personality through pictures.
When you talk about certain aspects of your life, don’t use negative language.
Don’t bite the hand that might be feeding you your soulmate. You don’t need to share all your dirty little secrets in your profile, but you shouldn’t use deception to lure dates either. Never list what you’re looking for money-wise or baby-wise in a relationship. Everyone likes “having fun” and would list their musical tastes as “eclectic.” You’re certainly not the only person who “can’t live without oxygen, friends, and family.” Fill your profile with details that reflect you as an individual. Related: Don’t provide a list of dating rules or expectations — unless you don’t want anyone to contact you.
Many of us in midlife are finding ourselves in a situation we never thought would happen to us ...
It may be tempting to exaggerate certain aspects of yourself—like your income, life experiences, or career—in an effort to attract others, but the truth has a funny way of coming out.
Instead of risking what could be a good thing by lying, simply be honest.
Fortunately, I have some tips to help you create a stellar profile that will make you stand out from other singles on the site.
There’s no shame in asking your friends for help when you are trying to create a profile.
When I divorced and was ready to meet someone again I believed I'd meet the 'old-fashioned' way, through a friend.