How to write a good profile for online dating
He and my grandmother were married for over 60 years before he died and he always said she was the most precious and important part of his life. Not in a bar fight kind of way, but I do know how to get what I want.The way he treated her – with respect, kindness and gratitude – has really shaped the way I conduct myself in all my relationships, particularly with women. I love intimacy and getting swept up in a new relationship, that whirlwind when you meet someone and fall for them instantly.There’s no doubt this member is an energetic and spontaneous person with a lust for life.Her enthusiasm is infectious, and you can’t help but smile at her excitement about travelling the world and meeting someone to share that with.Taking care of others, helping people, and making people smile.Yes, I know that sounds cheesy but I try really hard to brighten the day of everyone I meet, even if it’s just by asking a cashier how they are or holding the door open for someone.I try to always think about that quote by the Dalai Lama: ‘Be kind whenever possible. He lived until his 90s and was loved by everyone he met.
He seems unashamed to be a bit of a softie, a quality many women respond to.
Travel is a really big part of my life and I’d love to meet someone who wants to join me on my many adventures.
I’d definitely like to start a family one day, so I’m looking for a guy who’d also like to raise a couple of beautiful, multilingual, adventurous kids.
He also makes it clear that he’s assertive and not a complete pushover.
His answer to the question about the person that has influenced him most is genuine, and showcases his values and the kind of man he has learned to be. Other than my lustrous mane, I’m most passionate about fish and chip night at my local, ruining for my niece, and my workout playlist.