"People who live a comfortable lifestyle want someone who can do the things they do, but it's not necessary to say that outright," says e Flirt founder Laurie Davis, whose book is due out in 2013.Instead, Davis suggests searching for people within your income bracket (which is an option on many sites, though a study by dating site Ok Cupid revealed that people typically inflate this number by 20%) or looking for other clues in their profiles, such as similar favorite travel destinations. He hears: I've been burned, and I have major trust issues. "You're not going to scare off the liars," cautions Evan Marc Katz, a dating coach and author of .BY KITT WALSH I’ve been writing about taking a second (or third? There is no need to reveal everything about yourself all at once.
Baby boomers today are redefining life after 60 and setting an example for future generations.
We are pursuing our passions, exploring the world and looking for new relationships of all kinds.
But the good news for you is that it’s easy to outshine the competition.
Before you start typing away, you have to know what to say (and what not to say); let this list of do’s and don’ts guide the construction of your online-dating profile: Copyright © 2014 AARP. Most people date quite a bit before they find “the one.” Even if all your dates are just dinner and a movie, dating can get expensive.
One of my personal missions is to convince women my age that they do not need to be invisible.