Be genuine and embrace what makes you a little quirky or different.
You may not appeal to everyone, but, you don’t need to. Or, are you saying what you think other people want to hear? Ask one or more friends what they appreciate most about you.
One of my personal missions is to convince women my age that they do not need to be invisible.
Gone are the days when “aging gracefully” was the only appropriate option for people our age.
Speaking of fascinating, if you really want to learn how to capture someone’s attention, in person or in print, check out Sally Hogshead’s excellent book, Fascinate.
Another comment mistake that people make when writing their dating profile is to list the activities that they enjoy without giving any context.
Having written hundreds of articles over the last few years, I can tell you that people get bored easily.
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.
The best way to write a dating profile that nobody pays attention to is to list what you like to do, or, even worse, what you are NOT looking for in a partner. They paint a picture of a unique person, with passions, experience and an abundant personality.