They especially need to feel needed and like an important contributor to your life.
It often goes something like this: “I spend my days as a busy lawyer and my evenings teaching courses at the local college.Many weekends are spent training for my next marathon and singing in my church choir.” Whew!After all, you’ve probably accomplished a lot in your life without a man and are prepared to continue doing so.Be careful not to sound like there is no room in your life for a relationship.Such as, “A great evening for me is trying out the newest ethnic food restaurant with a few good friends and disagreeing about the controversial exhibit at the art museum.” Or, “Sunday mornings you’ll find me at the SPCA walking dogs and then off to my favorite breakfast joint for their fresh brewed coffee and chile relleno.
I like mine extra spicy.” (Okay, doesn’t hurt to flirt a little.) 5) You sound like a Debbie Downer.Thankfully, our experts have put together 20 tips to make for a significantly smoother ride.1. The first hurdle is to wrap your head around this new online dating adventure. After all, unless you work for the human resources department of a big company, where else are you going to meet as many eligible singles? I guarantee you’ll see the immediate payoff in the quality of men you attract. Here are some statements I see every day in women’s profiles: “I’ve waited so long for the right relationship and I hope it’s finally my time.” “I’m ready to be his everything.” “I’m looking for a relationship where we are totally devoted to each other.” While some of this may be true for you, it’s not something to put in a profile.The man reads this as you having incredibly high expectations and reliance on your relationship for your happiness. If you wouldn’t say it on your first date, don’t write it in your profile. Women in their 40s, 50s and beyond are particularly guilty of this.You can go on to say that you look forward to a relationship, but really…where can a man possibly see time for himself in that picture?