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As we get older the man-to-woman ratio moves more and more lopsided.Once you’ve hit your 40s and beyond, you kind of know what works for you and what doesn’t. If you do a good job describing yourself and painting a picture of what it feels like to be in a relationship with you, it will attract the right men and repel the wrong ones.Many women use their profile as a list of their likes and dislikes. So focus more on what you have to offer, and less on what they can do for you.After all, you’ve probably accomplished a lot in your life without a man and are prepared to continue doing so.Be careful not to sound like there is no room in your life for a relationship.They especially need to feel needed and like an important contributor to your life.
If you make it sound like you can take it or leave it, they are likely to help you leave it. “I love spending time with my friends, volunteering and reading novels.” When a man reads this his eyes glaze over and he moves on to the next profile.
Such as, “A great evening for me is trying out the newest ethnic food restaurant with a few good friends and disagreeing about the controversial exhibit at the art museum.” Or, “Sunday mornings you’ll find me at the SPCA walking dogs and then off to my favorite breakfast joint for their fresh brewed coffee and chile relleno.
I like mine extra spicy.” (Okay, doesn’t hurt to flirt a little.) 5) You sound like a Debbie Downer.
Some statistics show that for every man over 50, there are up to 5 women; over 60, ten women, and so on. The days of sitting back and waiting for anything incoming are over.
If you want to be noticed and rise to the top, it pays to create the best possible profile and keep it polished and shiny.
Is it attracting the interest of couch potatoes, the chronically ill or the guys just looking for a little action?