If you are at the beginning of your senior dating journey, you probably have several questions. How can I write a great profile? Where are all the good men my age? Am I ready to deal with the emotions that will inevitably come as I get back into the dating game?
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It's relatively easy to set up a profile on Tinder or your dating app of choice , but it's not quite as simple to attract the matches you're looking for. Along with choosing the right photos can we chill with the hunting pics, please?! The key to a great Tinder bio might seem counterintuitive. Even though you're obviously on the app to find a mate, you actually shouldn't use your bio to list what you are or aren't looking for, says Sarrah Rose, a certified tantric sex, love, and relationship coach. Instead of making your bio all about your dream partner, make it all about you. Talk about your job, your kids, politics, religion—whatever "makes you interesting and stand out from the rest," Rose says.
Set up your dating profile, upload your profile, write your description and choose your interests. Make sure to use proper spelling and grammar in your descriptions and add some humor to it to keep your potential mate's attention. Writing about yourself can be hard and using a friend to help write it—especially those of the opposite sex—can help craft a better communicated profile and get more reactions from your uMeet. The first step in making a successful dating profile is to make sure that you upload your best photos to uMeet. Both men and women can be suspicious of people that don't add full-length photos.
Last Updated: January 9, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Sarah Schewitz, PsyD. Sarah Schewitz, Psy. She received her Psy. She is the founder of Couples Learn, an online psychology practice helping couples and individuals improve and change their patterns in love and relationships.