Read the dating game online
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These games are real, existing in the physical space and require mind, body and all five senses. ROUND 1: YOUR PHOTOSYour photo is your first and most critical move, like it or not. Your pic can be adventurous, sexy, or classy, or all three! However, it should definitely not be a blurry picture of your left eyeball, or your nephew, or your dog. (Trust me, guys have those issues too.) I can’t do much for you on the body issue front — that’s a problem for a different coach.It should be a clear and honest representation of who you are. But assuming you have made yourself as attractive as you can/want to be, be aware that there are some big fouls that many women make when it comes to their pictures: You post pictures of yourself in large groups of women This is a problem for 2 reasons:1) If you don’t post any solo pics or provide detailed descriptions for each of your group pics, the guy may have no idea which person you actually are. Look, there’s plenty of women on these sites who know how to take a proper picture of themselves, so a guy is likely to move on to them rather than sift through your crowded shots of sorority reunions, bridesmaid photos, and pics from a red-cup party where 3/4 of your beautiful face is hidden behind your bestie’s shoulder.2) You don’t want to compete with your friends. If you have a large group in your pic, don’t be surprised if a dude messages you to ask if your friend is available.But she cautions that for those who live in a small community, “you can go forever and not meet someone in your hometown.” Reflecting on her online dating experience, she shares some lessons learned.
For starters, craft a profile that differentiates you in a compelling way. “Communicate what’s really appealing and unique about you.” Avoid clichés about loving midnight walks on the beach.
“Reject [societal] messages that you’re not desirable,” Price said.