Good things to put on a dating profile
Baby boomers today are redefining life after 60 and setting an example for future generations.
We are pursuing our passions, exploring the world and looking for new relationships of all kinds.
Even today, most of us view online dating as a “last resort” — a pathetic place to find refuge, when all other portals to love and connection have closed. My last two significant relationships — one with a woman, one with a man — both started online.
Here Are 7 Things You Shouldn’t Post on Your Online Dating Profile:1.
One of my personal missions is to convince women my age that they do not need to be invisible.
Gone are the days when “aging gracefully” was the only appropriate option for people our age.
left for you by an expressive, enthusiastic, emotionally available paramour?
Check out our article on What Not To Post While on Vacation for more reasons this information could be used against you.
In honor of clarity, conviction (and love, love, crazy love) here are a few tips to help you write your next dating profile: Be bold.
In fact, I called one into my life just last week — see ridiculously romantic note above, which I received just a few after re-activating my long-dormant profile. When you know what you want — and express it with clarity and conviction — the universe does not wait around to deliver!
They could use this information in any number of ways, whether it be to physically stalk you by hanging out where you work, or they might use it to find out more about you on social media or via search engines.
Corporate espionage-types might use this information to target you for social engineering attacks or for competitive information gathering purposes.5.
Before you even start writing your dating profile, it makes sense to know what you are looking for.