No luck with online dating
There are certain civilities that are usually followed on online dating sites that you would be wise to uphold (this mostly applies to guys, but girls can be guilty of them, too).
Firstly, don’t be that creepy guy who sends awkwardly sexual messages to girls half your age, writes intentionally offensive things in the forums or harasses other members.
Put yourself in the shoes of someone who is visiting your profile.
Say you want to come across as sweet, but with a sexy side. If not, balance your photos a bit better (have some that show you being sweet, some that show you being sexy, with the balance being about what your personal sweet:sexy ratio is), insert a few more salacious comments among the cute ones, and check it out again.
These early observations eventually led to the launch of e Harmony in 2000, a dating site which put personality at the centre of its matches.
e Harmony scientists studied thousands of couples, working with them to understand what makes for happy, long-lasting relationships.
Have a friend check it out, if you’re feeling extra brave.
Ask them if it represents you well, and if not, what they think you should be emphasizing more.
If you are convinced that you have to lie in order to get someone to go out with you, I strongly disagree with you.
Using the Internet, you can take what you have and find someone who is looking for exactly that.
Better matching leads to better dates, and that’s what e Harmony is all about.
We narrow down the world of possibilities to a personal A-list of meaningful, compatible matches that get singles closer to finding the one.
That’s why we’re Australia’s most trusted dating site. And after 35 years practicing as a clinical psychologist and counseling thousands of married couples, e Harmony CEO and founder Dr.