You have an online dating profile, but aren’t meeting the right man.
When you meet in person you may already feel you have a romantic connection.
Online correspondence is a tricky sticky proposition.
If you come off as uber-independent a man may be afraid you are emotionally frigid. If you post an poorly composed profile and unflattering photos in the beginning, you will lose your opportunity to attract the men who view your profile.
Once a man makes a snap decision about you (based on your profile and photos) you won’t get a second chance to entice his interest and before you know it, you has exhausted your online dating pool.
Internet dating has spawned a playground for cheaters, players and con-artists.
Things are not always what they appear to be on internet dating sites. Men conceal their marriages, criminal records and more.
Her books suggested behaviors that kept women from meeting the right men: impossible standards, asking men out, getting too physical too quickly and still harboring feelings for an ex.
I noticed that many of my friends who had displayed those “man repelling” behaviors while dating were now married.
The older woman often believes she is undesirable and unable to attract a quality man. It’s what you do with what you got (a positive attitude and a polished outer appearance) that attracts a great guy. I will teach you how to project an aura that will attract a quality man.
I will teach you how to spot a “cheater, a “player” and a con-artist and how to handle a wishy-washy suitor.
I will open your eyes to your attitudes and behavior that kill a man’s interest.