Married men with online dating profiles
Online dater Eli suggests saying you're equally passionate about your career and maintaining relationships outside of work."I think it's attractive that a woman has achieved professional success, but I want to know that she hasn't done it at the expense of her personal life." You say: I'm extremely picky."These guys always expose their true intentions," says Wygant. He'll engage in sex talk right away over email, so watch for suggestive language, recommends Wygant.
"Good guys may think you sound angry and bitter," says Katz. If your world revolves around your children, where would a guy fit in?
"It's a little 'thou doth protest too much,'" says Katz.
"It comes off as defensive, insecure and trying too hard." Rather than worrying that your age doesn't accurately reflect you, use examples of activities or hobbies that illustrate your youthful side.
Here, statements women make in their profiles that chase away eligible bachelors. He hears: I'm not financially secure, and I believe men should take care of women. " asks Eli*, a 41-year-old from Orlando, FL, who's used online dating sites.
You may only mean you don't want a financial wreck for a boyfriend, but this request is a red flag for men.Give examples of trips you've taken or weekend activities you enjoy.