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ONLINE DATING ADVICE
This expert has some serious off and online dating advice for men. With a list of 13 things they're probably doing wrong, and an even better list of 10 tips, Janet Ong Zimmerman proves it's the small things that count. Bet you know someone who could benefit from reading this list!
Your profile picture is the most important part about your online dating profile; make sure you treat it as such.
Your new beau might not be ready for commitment, but does that mean you have to call it quits? This dating coach helps you navigate the tricky world of "not-quite-exclusive" without getting hurt.
When you meet someone for the first time what do you say? How do you act? What do you ask? Conversations Tell your date about yourself little by little, it’s better to be a little mysterious than to look desperate. It is important to share with your date who you are and what your goals and plans are in life. Refrain from talking about sex, past dates or relationships, finances, family issues, or life crisis. Religion and politics are very risky, but sometimes okay conversations. Just be honest and talk about positive things.
Ann Friedman at The Cut says all her single female friends are using Tinder to find dates. Friedman cites the perils of online dating websites — creating those dreaded profiles, dealing with an influx of messages from people you're not interested in, meeting dates who look nothing like they did in profile photos. Tinder rights some of these wrongs with a few easy, clever adaptations.
Online dating advice is all about how to package yourself in an attractive way. But here's some food for thought: what are you saying that turns people off? This expert shares the 5 phrases you should never use on your dating profile.
Online dating has heightened the prevalence of interracial dating as men now have the opportunity to find love with a few simple clicks on various dating websites. This dating expert gives insight on the subject.
OkCupid recently announced that a new filter will be able to sort people based on their body structure. While this is done on a day to day basis, should you automatically rule out someone online based on a scale? This expert has key online dating advice to consider.
OKCupid recently announced plans to give users the option to pay a fee to weed out "unattractive" users — those who describe their body types as "overweight," "a little extra," "full-figured," and — most unsettling — "used up." But by eliminating less-than-perfect users from search results, the site is about to become an even bigger minefield.