KNOW YOURSELF BEFORE DEMANDING ATTRIBUTES FROM OTHERS
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Make sure you’re not asking for more than you’re willing to give. Are you writing that you want someone in a certain socioeconomic status, but in the same paragraph you demonstrate a lack of ambition and a lack of discipline? It’s difficult to demand standards from others if you don’t have them for yourself.
Don’t gleefully write “I’m a princess and you must open the door for me and you will take me out to a five-star restaurant on our first date,” and then wonder why confident men steer away from you. The classiest thing a lady can do is simply expect high standards, not demand them. It’s amazing how much this makes a difference in people’s opinion of you.
Consider asking a trusted friend (perhaps even a male friend) to check your online profile and see if they can guess the type of person you’re trying to attract. If they can’t, you might want to consider rewriting your profile or changing your photos so that there isn’t a disconnect between what you think you’re saying and what you’re presenting to the world.