No one wants to plan a date for a ‘surf lover,’ only to discover that person can’t swim.” — Antonia Hall, psychologist, relationship expert, and author of The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life “Keep your wording positive, confident, and succinct.
You won’t want to waste time with someone who loves clubbing till 4 a.m.
when you’re getting up to run each morning at 5 a.m.
If you fill that space with negative language, what you’re not looking for in a partner, arrogance, or long, run-on sentences, you’ll be dateless.” — Antonia Hall, psychologist, relationship expert, and author of The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life “I encourage a sense of humor, something that makes your reader smile and think, not just wonder if there is attraction or not.
Remember, a good match doesn’t make us feel great — we feel great because we feel great around them.
Lots of people think they’re single because they’re living alone, but the reality is they’re separated and have been for years with no divorce paperwork in the process. Save yourself some time, energy and money.” — April Masini, aka “Ask April,” New York–based relationship expert and author“My friend began a serious relationship with a man who stated he wanted a ‘calm’ woman.
She tried in earnest to amend herself for him, but what he really wanted was a seriously committed submissive.
This can also include your sexual preferences for expression.
If you know your sexual lifestyle dictates a specific type of partner, don’t be subtle.
If you’re newly sober, include the fact that living a clean lifestyle is important to you, and that you neither drink nor take drugs.
If you follow a specific religion or spiritual path that defines your daily lifestyle, that’s also important information to share.
Include information about the kind of hobbies, interests, and values that define your personality.