If you’re newly sober, include the fact that living a clean lifestyle is important to you, and that you neither drink nor take drugs.If you follow a specific religion or spiritual path that defines your daily lifestyle, that’s also important information to share.Stating important truths up front will aid your ability to match with the type of ‘resonant others’ you’d like to date.
No one wants to plan a date for a ‘surf lover,’ only to discover that person can’t swim.” — Antonia Hall, psychologist, relationship expert, and author of The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life “Keep your wording positive, confident, and succinct.
At best, you get about 10 seconds to wow your perspective sweetheart.
Include information about the kind of hobbies, interests, and values that define your personality.
Being your partner means being in agreement with your day-to-day lifestyle.
Far too often, we enter dating without stating our true desires. Yes, it will open your profile to more interest — but not to the type of person you want to date.
Without your end-goal clearly stated, your prospective partners will have a greater opportunity to push their agenda. Our ‘why’s — i.e., ‘I want to date and have fun,’ ‘I’m looking for a committed relationship,’ or ‘Looking to marry and start a family’ — need to be in sync with those we date.
Plenty of people claim to be an adventurous lover of life who loves to travel.
Give them a visual of how this is true: ‘Packed a bag and met my friend in Japan with 24 hours’ notice!
She broke off the engagement and he was stuck with having bought a home for them.” — Susan Winter, relationship expert and bestselling author of Allowing Magnificence "Whatever your current life circumstances are, just be honest about it.