First things first:
You are probably wondering: Why write a dating advice article for women about modern dating?
Well, let me just be honest. I read this article, and it was really annoying. Not only because you spent so many paragraphs talking about how you’re a normal human being and not a princess and how you are a better person than anyone else, but because you admitted to be completely insecure. You know what I’m talking about, you are talking about, you DO NOT need to mention your flaws over and over and over again, especially when it’s about a topic that’s not even interesting to anybody else. So here’s a thing: You are a model of confidence and self-assurance, that’s fine, but don’t we all need a little more than that? I mean, if I have a job interview for which I am perfect (well, maybe I’m not perfect, but you know what I mean), that doesn’t mean I can’t be surprised by how impressed that interviewer is, and you know what? I’m gonna tell him about it. And trust me: He will not be offended. Plus, there are a lot of people who are perfectly confident and attractive, but who don’t get even a single second glance. It’s not fair to judge yourself that way, right? So if you want to be a model of confidence and self-assurance (or you just want to be a model of confidence and self-assurance), you should just chill the hell out about your flaws already.
You also spend a lot of time talking about how you don’t need to talk about what you like or your preferences, but it’s as if nobody said that about you.
See, here’s the thing: The most important part about a dating profile is that you stand out, and you stand out means that you have something to say. And that something you have to say is your personality, your voice, your interests. You need to have a bunch of interests and special things about you that make you unique from your peers. This way, you will have so many people showing interest, you’ll end up having more of that “singular person” feeling and that’s the first step to finding love.
You are taking your relationship/dating profile way too seriously.
“I’m a sociable person. I will have fun with you even if we’re really not compatible.”
You are taking your relationship/dating profile way too http://personals-ru.com/kinky-russian-girls-on-adultsearch-best-moscow-hookup-guide/
With that disclaimer in mind, let’s get on with it. We’ve talked about questions for asking about people’s dating stories, but today we want to focus on actually picking the right person. As with so many areas in life, there’s a lot of truth to the saying that good things come in threes. You have to get your moody phase out of the way. So, let’s say it’s that time again. A pint of cider has done its thing, and your glowy feeling is about to peak. Let’s focus on the good stuff first. Them: So, are you looking for a relationship? You: No. I’m just waiting for the right person to come along. I’ve waited for 18 months now, and that’s enough for me. Them: So, what’s your deal? You: I like to be alone most of the time. They: Really? You: I think I’m better off alone. They: You are? You: Uh-huh. They: Ok, cool. What do you like to do? You: I like reading, playing guitar, and I like collecting things. They: Do you like kids? You: I guess so, as long as they don’t tease me. They: What do you do? You: I’m a social worker, in case you didn’t know. They: Really? So, you’re pretty much an old soul, then? You: Yeah. Them: Wow. Good for you. What’s your life like? You: I live alone. Them: Really? Are you, like, a social hermit or something? You: No, not really. I just like to be by myself most of the time. I like to sit in the sun and read. I like to draw, too. They: Do you play guitar? You: I do, yeah. They: What kind of guitar do you play? You: It’s an acoustic. They: Do you sing? You: Yeah, I can do a little. They: What kind? You: Rock. They: Wow! You know anything else? You: Um… Them:
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