Describe yourself male dating
) my dark and my bright sides..I like my physical appearance..to describe myself is sooo easy... When it comes to how I describe myself I rely mostly on honest comments from family, friends and colleagues.And even then I don't spend much time thinking about myself aside from how I can become a better person.
If you are going to do this it then would only be fair to post the opinions of people that do not like you as that would balance it out. They know what they love about me and what drives them crazy. Perhaps it is not always necessary to describe yourself. Catch me on any given day and you'll see one or more of these qualities. (add that to my incompatiblity list)OP: I'm beginning to think it doesn't matter one bit what you write in a profile. And, if they contact you via email or phone, they want to sex-talk you up.Don’t be afraid to show off your smarts; both men and women proved to be attracted to those who describe themselves as ‘intelligent’ while being ‘passionate’ yet ‘rational’ also scored highly with the opposite sex.Our investigation proved that men shouldn’t feel the need to conceal their softer sides, profiles that included ‘affectionate’ and ‘generous’ saw an uplift in responses of over 20% – ‘warm’ and ‘genuine’ had a similarly positive effect.Something that I'd like to be able to do about myself one day. That wasn't the thought, I know that there are people who can do this - I just wondered if they'd like to share. I know that those around me only see compartments or parts of myself colored by their own vision. I could present the way I would like to be seen, the way I forbid anyone from seeing me, or how I will probably seem to someone preoccupied with how they are coming across. I agree with farceur, it's almost pointless to hope that others see us as we wish.I hear what other say about me and some of my traits - I don't always agree whether it is positive or not.*********************************************************************************I can describe my personality. Its hard for them to see me as I see myself unless they see the world around me in a somewhat similar fashion to the way I see it. I have been nurtured to see all good and all bad and have learned to see the lines in between. I have six brothers and sisters, and it wasn't long before I realized they each viewed me differently, and their views of me say more about THEM than they do anything about me.So, which words will make your online dating profile a success?
Perceptive scores high for the both sexes, as the second most desirable descriptor, while women who describe themselves as sweet, hard-working and thoughtful and men who deem themselves spontaneous, outgoing and optimistic also score high.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. At my age I know my personality so good...(no secrets ! ivanareid: Do you find it hard to describe yourself ? It was just a thought that came after reading through some of the posts......it for yourself, see if you can do it.
You'd think at my age of 49 that I could do something that sounds so simple.
I would far prefer to read a profile like mine, written with a clear sense of the guy's attitudes, experiences, and personality than a bullet-list of what he or somebody else sees as his attractive qualities.
When it comes to creating your online dating profile, completing the ‘About You’ section can be one of the toughest parts to complete, let alone to get right. Our study looked at more than 12,000 of the most popular profiles on e uk to find the words that turn people off, and more importantly the words that attract.
Women who convey their get up and go seem to catch the eye of men more than those who describe themselves as ‘easy-going’ or ‘warm’.