Many of our dating preferences are formed in our 20s and 30s and, as a result, we may still think that we need to find someone physically stunning or wealthy to be happy.The truth is that senior dating requires compromise in both directions.They think that they will turn people away if they don’t conform to what is “normal.” Nothing could be further from the truth!
Try to write your profile as if you were talking to a friend. Tell stories about the places that you have been and what they taught you.
One of the biggest mistakes that people make when they start dating after 60 is lying about their age or using a misleading picture. Hiding who you are hurts you in two important ways.
Worse, they will know that you were dishonest, ruining any chance for a good start to your relationship.
The second, and perhaps more important, reason that lying hurts your chances is that it prevents you from being proud of who you are.
Few men are going to look like Georgy Clooney and few women are going to look like Jane Seymour.
So, try to focus on characteristics that really make a difference – like personality, character, values, and passions.Since many women in the community are looking for a romantic relationship, I decided to write a series of senior dating tips, based on my conversations with our members.This first article will cover the first thing that most people see when they find you on any relationship-focused website – your profile.If you are at the beginning of your senior dating journey, you probably have several questions. I’d like to tackle the first of these questions – how to write an amazing senior dating profile that get’s you the attention that you deserve. Am I ready to deal with the emotions that will inevitably come as I get back into the dating game?Once you have a good picture in your mind of the kind of person that you are looking for, get ready to tell your story.