Dating personal ads
If you write genuinely, you'll feel much more comfortable - and prospective partners will learn about the real you. Rather than saying you're generous, describe how you threw a party for your friend's 50th; rather than saying you're very active, explain that you ran the marathon. Energy and enthusiasm will always make others want to get to know you.Negativity, on the other hand, will put people off; particularly, don't complain about past relationships.
No need for apologies or explanations about why you're internet dating - it's a fantastic thing to do!So sound sure of yourself, excited and enthusiastic about the possibilities of being on the site.Write about who you are Next, add some details about who you are, what your life is like, what your passions are.And be honest - neither building yourself up nor putting yourself down.Although we knew each other from a previous stage production where she had been the pianist and I the singer.We had not considered each other a dating prospect at the time, until we noticed each other's profiles on this site and the rest is history as they say! I chatted with a member and we never met until 7 years later.
We are now going on 3 years together and getting married in December this year.
35 - Auckland City, Auckland Region Nature lover who is a big fan of risk and change but sticks to her principles and values... I like learning new things by meeting people and travelling.
Your personal ad is where you get to tell prospective partners all about yourself, your chance to make a statement of who you are and what you want.
But how to make every word count, how to make your ad really attract the people you want?
The first essential is to keep things short and sweet - better to make every word count than ramble on so readers lose interest.
Essential too is to stand out from the crowd - our site has so many great users that you need to make your ad unique and different. As you start your ad, be confident and sound confident.