However I tried to convey their advice on this issue, behind me I could hear these wise elders shouting this lesson to younger people: Over and over, when it comes to marriage the elders point to decisions that completely ignore the evidence and show bad judgment.
They believe there are a set of signs so strong and compelling that they tell you to get out of the relationship.
Some wait for the perfect prey, others simply target someone that has previously been victimised and is vulnerable, or lonely.
If you have been through a rough time before, and seek to find another relationship to feel better and get over the hurt and pain of the last one – STOP!!!
If his profile is downright paltry, with very little information aside from his name and home city, then he may either be (a) very secretive, which is potentially a good thing or (b) he’s got a lot to hide, and hasn’t figured out quite how to present his checkered past (or present).
Dater, beware: steer clear of these tell-tale online dating profile warning signs. The online dating profile is the place to sell yourself, so if he has nothing impressive to say there, better bring your uppers to the first date! — is more involved than anything he can muster up about himself (“I’m smart and have a good sense of humor”), he’s telling you that he’s looking for a type of woman more so than anything else. And if you are indeed the embodiment of the sporty, sassy, fascinating, beautiful woman of this guy’s dreams? Listen, buddy, no one likes someone who’s high-maintenance and high-drama and a cheater and a liar.
You have expectations of meeting someone just right for you.And please note: For those of you already in a relationship, these warnings still apply.They are a diagnostic tool for deciding whether your marriage needs a fix (or an exit strategy). You’ll have more stimulating conversation with the waiter when he tells you the specials. Alright, be lenient if it seems like he has a “good side,” but if he has a “good facial expression,” run fast. Artistic cropping in the same exact way in 14 shots? Find someone who’s straightforward about what he wants. He claims not to have a type and then tells you exactly what his type is … Oh, he just looooves short hair, but doesn’t really have a preference? You already know to proceed with caution (or not proceed at all) if a guy has no pictures of himself on his profile, but what about photos that look like clones of one another?I thought this post from author Sharon Lynn Wyeth was very thorough – and wanted to share it. Scammers often are not specific in what they are looking for in a mate.