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Internet dating and divorce

If that idea makes you feel really uncomfortable, consider focusing on Ok Cupid since “Separated” isn’t even an option on that site.

A good ratio for the main intro section is 75% describing you, and 25% describing who you’re looking for. Grammar and spelling make a difference as well, so bring your A-game. You want to showcase your creativity, and nothing about “Seattle_Joe” stands out in a crowd.

Show your profile to that friend who always points out typos on the menu. Think of appealing qualities and interesting hobbies you have. And here’s one big don’t: Unpack your baggage and strew it all over your profile.

Many women will filter out profiles without photos, or refuse to respond to messages when she can’t see what you look like.

Here’s how to do it: Do: Use humor and descriptive language.

You may be feeling a bit “out of practice” – especially if you met your ex-wife back when getting a date was as easy as asking “Hey, mind if we compare chemistry notes?

”Or maybe you used the old “Mind if I buy you a drink? Of course that was back when hanging out at bars every night chasing women used to be fun. Whatever your case, now you’ve got less opportunities to meet women and your skills aren’t where they once were…So how do you meet attractive women?

Highlight your most attractive traits in your profile, don’t hand her reasons not to date you: Choosing strong photographs is even more important than writing a great profile.