Many weekends are spent training for my next marathon and singing in my church choir.” Whew!You can go on to say that you look forward to a relationship, but really…where can a man possibly see time for himself in that picture?The good news is that unlike a lot of things in life, your profile is easy to change and update.
Also, avoid these statements: “I don’t need a man, but it would be nice to have one in my life.” Or, “I’ve been fine all these years without a man but I’ll make room for the right one .” Men, just like women, don’t want to feel like an accessory in someone else’s life.
They especially need to feel needed and like an important contributor to your life.
Many women use their profile as a list of their likes and dislikes. So focus more on what you have to offer, and less on what they can do for you.
I guarantee you’ll see the immediate payoff in the quality of men you attract. Here are some statements I see every day in women’s profiles: “I’ve waited so long for the right relationship and I hope it’s finally my time.” “I’m ready to be his everything.” “I’m looking for a relationship where we are totally devoted to each other.” While some of this may be true for you, it’s not something to put in a profile.
As we get older the man-to-woman ratio moves more and more lopsided.
Some statistics show that for every man over 50, there are up to 5 women; over 60, ten women, and so on. The days of sitting back and waiting for anything incoming are over.
Be careful not to sound like there is no room in your life for a relationship.
It often goes something like this: “I spend my days as a busy lawyer and my evenings teaching courses at the local college.
I’ve seen how rewriting a profile, making it more positive, more aspirational, and less demanding can help the right guys find their way to your inbox. My husband and I met and married when I was 47 and I’m now spending the happiest years of my life. Bobbi invites you to join her Grownup Girls’ Night Out!