Red flags online dating profiles
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During this past year, as I was helping guys with their online dating efforts, I noticed how many of them are turned off by the same words that they see in women’s dating profiles over and over, especially here, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
From fielding weird messages to trying to determine if you're into someone from a picture, it's not an easy task.
I'm pretty sure all of those curious couples in attendance are going to hold onto each other for dear life now. Other times, it takes some real digging around on his dating profile to know that there's nothing promising about it. "They end up sounding more like a used car: 'I'm active, smart, funny, loyal, honest, caring, have ice-cold AC, and leather bucket seats.'"Imagine if I sat down on a date and was like, "Hey, I'm cool, a little neurotic, but have a kind heart, an IUD, and no nutty ex-boyfriends." I would deserve a hard pass.
What red flags should you be aware of when using an online dating site?
We’ve put together some tips to help keep you safe.
All of these red flags in women’s dating profiles seem to have one thing in common – they suggest in so many ways that the women who write them will be really hard to actually get a hold of and meet, let alone develop any kind of meaningful relationship by being able to see them regularly.
Here are these seemingly innocuous words that prove to be major red flags: Why do these types of comments are problem to the men who see them?
Though they require minimal physical exertion, online dating apps are really hard to operate.