If you find that difficult to do, think about how good friends would describe you. In your collection of compliments, be sure that there are adjectives emphasizing your joy and vitality -- "love to laugh," "crazy about fishing." At this stage, what attracts is a happy, healthy person who's warm and open to men, and has enthusiasm about life.
Here are some more examples: You'll notice that good banner headlines are positive, interesting, and humorous. Donna Frank of Nashua, New Hampshire, attracted now-husband Eric's attention with her headline, "Modern-Day Elaine Seeking Her Seinfeld." On the other hand, banner headlines that spook guys are heavy and hostile. Some sites require you to disclose height, weight, and age right up front.
Don't make these mistakes: It's less than 100 words -- sometimes as few as 25 -- but this descriptive paragraph needs to convey the experience of you. If you've been fudging for a while and can get away with shaving a few pounds or years, you might be okay.
A good way to accomplish that is to divide the profile between your physical description and personality, keeping in mind the two questions you need to answer in this short space: What am I like? But any experienced online dater will warn you that you're risking wrath when you lie.
Personality might be your strong suit: Heartof Gold, Warm&Lively, Thoughful Lady, Friendly&Affectionate, Great Listener, Spirited&Sensitive, Cozy Charmer, Fun Fran, Happy Gal, Sue Is Nice, Sweetn Shy. I chuckled when I read the refreshing Middleage Overweight Schoolmarm.
Most sites have a banner headline with the profile -- a six- to 12-wordphrase that offers you a second chance to grab attention and sell yourself. Don't use this important real estate to describe the person you're looking for. Put modesty aside for 15 minutes and jot down your wonderful attributes. Friends can offer a fresh perspective and may be much more objective about you than you are.
Clever explanations and apologies will not earn you forgiveness if you've wasted someone's time by misrepresenting yourself. Why compromise your credibility when so many online searchers will treasure the years you're trying to hide? The big sites, such as the official site, Perfectmatch.com, and Single Parent Match, also have millions of mature browsers and are experiencing double-digit growth in our demographic group.
When the 50-SOMETHING TENNIS CHAMP I agreed to meet turned out to be 72, the sweet bouquet he brought didn't keep me from leaving soon after our handshake. Jim Fischer, who started his online search at 49, listed "someone my own age" as his number one criteria.
I do not run from adversity, and really come into my own in the face of danger (this one I gathered from my friends), restlessness (unfortunate, but is the case nonetheless), and I tend to get a little cranky if I go for months without any activity/adventure.
If you've decided to try internet dating after your divorce, the best place to begin is by writing your online dating profile.
'" There's also no reason to lie about your weight. Set your sights on the person you really want to meet.
Maybe you won't attract the guy who wants a perfect size six. Get his attention by describing yourself in flattering terms, such as BBW (big, beautiful woman), voluptuous, or sensuous size 16.
The best dating profiles are by those who keep it truthful and sincere without being too self-assured. (Tittle is the dot you place on the i.) Discovering new things. Armand30Engineer Settled in Italy Although what I basically do for a living is design software for people/companies, I'm a hopeless romantic and very unapologetic about it!