Many people scrolling through the site do not look further than this, so it really matters. As a woman, you have to lie about your age because most men are looking for younger women. I'd recommend telling them the truth if the relationship develops, in case you end up with a second 50th birthday, like one woman I know.So to get a man of the age you want interested, I think it's worth lying. It all came out on the night and her chap, who had thrown the party for her, dumped her. And men, the ladies might be a little older than they claim, so be prepared! A profile full of slang, typos and bad grammar is off-putting. I can't see that there are many people out there for whom it would add allure, so it's best to take the trouble over it.10.So, since real life is not going to deliver, embrace the web, brace yourself and get on with it.
As the parish church our heartfelt condolences go out to all involved in this awful event.
They are all very much in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
And scrolling through all these "un-suitables" can get depressing.
You have to be prepared to spend time and effort on it.
Two to three hours a week is what it takes to get any results.4.
Pick a site that you think is likely to have a high proportion of the kind of people you like and the kind of relationship you want. Do some research before you sign up to one and it will pay back the investment.5.When you create your profile, present yourself at your bestest best. I chose my nickname, Lizza, but when I met my batch of dates, they told me they had dismissed me initially as they expected me to be downmarket. A friend who called himself Voyager, because he liked traveling, had to change it when he got too many Star Trek fans for comfort.The single biggest success factor is your profile picture headshot. So think of all possible things suggested by your chosen name before deciding.7.Louisa Whitehead-Payne, High50's dating columnist has been detailing her romantic exploits since her husband ran off with the proverbial younger woman. There is no alternative to going online to meet someone in your 50s.Here, she outlines her tips for how to write that crucial dating profile. Well, a solitary old age, I suppose, but if you really want to get together with someone, there is almost no chance you will meet them in real life.Friends don't introduce you, and the two or three single guys you will happen across in everyday situations are very unlikely to float your boat.