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It’s possible that you will eventually move on to (c-f), so I think it’s fine to be this option until you are ready to move to another catagory.c) Just looking to meet people (Definitely do not want anything serious and have no plans of dating someone more than a handful of times, if that.)d) Looking for friends (I’m not a fan of this approach, but some people like it.)e) Looking for a short term relationshipf) Looking for a long term relationshipg) Unsure of what you are looking for Note: I will cut you a bit of slack if you sincerely do not know what you want.
Some folks have to meet/interact with people and actually experience online dating to get their heads around it.
Tell them about the type of relationship you’re looking for, and if you have set deal-breakers like “must like dogs”.
But when it comes to things like height, weight, income, hair colour etc – there is no point listing these things,’ explains Charly.
‘Firstly, it can make you look too unapproachable, even to someone who ticks all the right boxes.
And secondly, you’ll be surprised how often people fall for someone who doesn’t tick any of their original boxes! It’s good to love yourself but there is a line that should not be crossed. If so, don’t contact them if you’re someone who likes to be in bed by 9pm. A profile that mentions family and friends, volunteering, and enjoying spending time with kids is a good sign.
Don’t choose a picture where you are not the main focal point.
My hope is that this story answers some basics for those contemplating jumping into the increasingly murky online dating waters! I would strongly recommend that you get very real with yourself and do some soul searching before you move forward with setting up an online/app dating profile.We also got the help of Charly Lester, Co-Founder of Lumen, the newest dating app on the scene, specifically designed for cool and adventurous over 50s.Her advice however, can help you no matter your age! Sometimes they know you better than you know yourself.‘Reading other peoples’ profiles might give you ideas for things to include in your own one.’ Wouldn’t you know, profile photos that demonstrate you playing your guitar or downhill skiing – even if your face isn’t showing – get more messages.Avoid negative tones and always be positive about yourself. You wouldn’t want a future employer to read anything negative, so why would you want a potential partner to read anything that isn’t positive?
Even if you do like “walking on the beach” or “drinking wine in front of a roaring fire” leave it out – everyone says that.