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It used to be that only "losers" had to look online for a mate.Now, the ones who lose out are the ones who go to a dating website.I consulted a dating coach friend of mine, Catherine Schoen, and asked her about how those in mid-life could write the most attractive profile. One of my clients had a dating profile up for a couple of months with a lovely (though faraway) shot of her and her kids.Although she is an attractive woman, she got almost no winks or visits to her page.This is particularly true, I'm told, when it comes to a person's age and, unfortunately, sometimes the marital status as well. You may be tempted to fudge your age or status but let me just tell you that there will be no easy way to disclose the truth without risking anger and mistrust from the person you deceived.It's not usually good to start out on a dishonest note, even if you think it's just a little white lie. 90% of responses online are a result of your photo. Of course that makes sense, but you have to know how to define a good photo.
She says to avoid the studio because it looks too contrived and, if I can add my own two cents, avoid shots of you where an ex had been in the shot with you but you cut them out but his or her arm or hand is unmistakably wrapped around you.
Not only has the way to meet people changed but you have probably changed quite a bit from when you were in your 20s or 30s.