All of this subconscious presentation and filtering is lost in online dating; all we have are our words and our photos, so we have to consider how to craft as attractive a snapshot of ourselves as possible.
In online forums and gaming – where many people meet their partners – how we express ourselves and our personality acts as the initial attractors.
Charlie Stelle, have been researching the landscape and found that people over 60 represent the most rapidly growing demographic in online dating.
You can read an article about the ongoing study by clicking here.
Many people treat online dating as though they were talking to somebody in a bar.
This means sending out more cold e-mails, dealing with more rejections and more dates that go nowhere. It’s part of the price of entry, and it’s better that adjust your expectations accordingly instead of dealing with the slow burn of “WHY WON’T THE MAGICAL BOX PROVIDE ME WITH SEX?
” Remember what I said earlier about how we mentally filter people into “attractive” and “not attractive” when we meet them in person?
It takes very little to accidentally give the impression that you’re bitter and resentful and as we all know, there’s nothing that makes panties evaporate faster than complaining about how often you get stuck in the Friend Zone.
You have to treat your dating profile as an advertisement; you are, after all, selling yourself to others.