As you may know, before I became a dating coach, I was a prolific online dater. Site are just big boxes of single people who are trying to meet each other. If you’ve ever received an email like this, you know it sucks.
I tried every site around, starting in the late 90’s. Nobody shows them how to come up with clever usernames. Nobody illustrates how to create a unique, compelling online dating profile. But then why do you also WRITE emails like this as well?
And probably a few others that are escaping my memory right now.
Chicago is not normally a city associated with romance.
We are the people of big shoulders, not fluttering hearts.
You want him to feel great about the date, don’t you?
Well, what seems to drive the author crazy is that the advice to men and women is . All that matters is that she got to be snarky about the patriarchy. The gist of it is that, in my experience – having written more online dating profiles (for better or worse) than anyone on the planet – the most important thing you can express in a profile (whether you’re a man or a woman) is what the READER gets out of dating you. And his profile – if it’s well-done – should be about YOU, YOU, YOU.