Working as a busser at an upscale restaurant does not mean you are a professional chef online, so be honest.If you and another person hit if off, they are eventually going to find out what you really do for a living.Everyone has one or two qualities about them that makes them stand out from others on the dating scene.
It is hard enough to find someone genuine and honest that you can trust, but when there are so many people out there, you never know what you will get.
However, that doesn’t mean there is nothing you can do to help you weed out the bad ones.
Whether you are dating online or meeting people in person, there are some things that are acceptable and others that you should completely steer clear of doing if you want to find that perfect person.
Not revealing too much about yourself is just as important online as it is when in person.
Seeing as how pretty much all of the people you will run into online will be strangers, you don’t want to go giving out your address, phone number, social security and underwear size.
It is okay for people to know things about you, but limit what you tell people about yourself, so they can’t use it against you in any way.
Identities are stolen everyday and surely don’t want to be added to list of victims.
When dating online, you want to give people a good sense of who you are and what you are looking for in a partner.
Let people know your likes and dislikes, but focus on the positive qualities that you would like your partner to possess.
You also want to clearly explain the type of person you are when in a relationship. Are you mushy and show your appreciation for your partner any chance you get? Adding an inch or two to your height or saying that you have blue eyes when they are actually dark brown are fairly small lies that people may be able to get over easily should you meet anyone in person.
It’s the big lies about important things that will cause problems.