Before we met for coffee, I checked his profile again to look for things we might talk about. Does it make you more — or less — desirable if you post a certain number?
OKCupid is similar, except you answer a bevy of super-personal questions first.
If you’re a millennial dating in 2017, chances are you or someone you know is on some kind of app.
And although dating online can sometimes feel like a “Groundhog Day” loop of bad match after bad match, diversifying your watering hole online — as in life — has the power to dramatically change your luck in love. If you’re new to dating apps — or just want to try something new — here’s some inspiration to just dive in.
I reactivated my online dating profile a couple months ago. Actually, my mother chastises me for dating men of modest means.
For the most part, the pickings were bleak, but I was feeling giddy about my first date with a child psychiatrist. We'd exchanged a few flirty text messages, and, judging by his photos, he was just my type — tall, fit, and handsome, with that bald-head-and-beard look that makes me swoon. I'm in the middle of a 30-day Bikram yoga challenge.) He likes books on spirituality and healing practices. I'm reading a book about mindfulness and depression.) But then, there was something that I hadn't noticed before: He'd listed his salary as somewhere between 0,000 and 0,000. And, to be honest, meeting a guy who makes in the high-six-figure range makes me think, "Oh, he's out of my league." Suddenly, I was fixated on the fact that this man earned more than I did. or not to tell Still reeling from the shock of seeing the psychiatrist's salary, I started to wonder: Should you list your income online?