Dating profile advice for men
Her articles appear on the Sixth Wall and other websites.Lawrence holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in screenwriting from New York University and a Master of Science in childhood education from Brooklyn College.Creating an online dating profile can be intimidating.Choosing the best pictures and finding the right words can be scary, especially for men.
Don't say you work closely with the president of your company if all you do is get coffee. Be yourself and you will find someone that truly likes you for you.Think about how you would feel if you read a guy’s profile that said something like “I want a blonde, blue-eyed woman who isn’t over 5’5″, is a doctor, doesn’t smoke, has never been married, loves dogs but hates cats, enjoys Italian food but hates Indian food, knows every word to every Beatles song, and has visited all Seven Wonders of the World.” OK, that’s an extreme example, but you know what I mean.Avoid lists like “I want a blonde, blue-eyed man who is over 6 feet tall, is a doctor, doesn’t smoke, has never been married, loves dogs but hates cats, enjoys Italian food but hates Indian food, knows every word to every Beatles song, and has visited all Seven Wonders of the World.” It’s unlikely that you’ll find someone who can check off all the things on your list, and you probably can’t check off everything on his list either. So, pick the most important qualities you’re looking for and be more specific about those instead of creating an exhaustive list.Never apologize for not knowing what to say or explain that you "don't usually do this." This will come across as weak and may turn off a potential mate. So, put your best foot forward and they will want to know more.When writing your online profile, you are selling yourself.