Instead of saying that you like hiking, talk about the time that you climbed Machu Picchu and camped under the stars.Some people are afraid to be too bold in their dating profiles.
First, your partner is going to meet you eventually.
When they do, they will immediately compare you to your younger doppelgänger.
Speaking of fascinating, if you really want to learn how to capture someone’s attention, in person or in print, check out Sally Hogshead’s excellent book, Fascinate.
Another comment mistake that people make when writing their dating profile is to list the activities that they enjoy without giving any context.
If your partner wants a younger man or woman, and they think that they can find them, no problem! But, if they are looking for someone with life experience, passion, honesty and wisdom, they need look no farther than you.
Having written hundreds of articles over the last few years, I can tell you that people get bored easily.
They think that they will turn people away if they don’t conform to what is “normal.” Nothing could be further from the truth!
Talk about the experiences that have made your life unique.
You just need to appeal to someone special, like you. Get a friend of the opposite sex to read your profile and give you an honest opinion.
Is there anyone out there who still says that they like “reading books” and “watching movies? Once you have finished a first draft of your profile, edit it for wishy-washy language and clichés. If you have been out of the dating game for a while, putting yourself out there is a big step. Then, you won’t want to miss my interview with dating coach, Lisa Copeland.
Since many women in the community are looking for a romantic relationship, I decided to write a series of senior dating tips, based on my conversations with our members.