In general, Harris believes that dating has become too inwardly focused.He feels that people date to find "their" mate according to their own principles, rules, and desires.You may not be able to actually empathize with someone, but you can always take a position of respect for them.
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Hoehn writes that she got her start in the online dating world with a profile her tipsy teen sister created for her — which turned out more than a bit inauthentic and (unsurprisingly) didn't successfully attract dates who jibed with her IRL.
When Hoehn revamped her profile, however, her dance card followed: "Refreshingly," she shares, "the men on the other end seemed interested in getting to know me as opposed to talking to everything with a vagina and a face." Imagine!
Lisa Hoehn specializes in transformations that can make anyone more attractive to potential suitors: online dating profile makeovers.
"I'm a serial online dater — which means I've sent and received thousands of messages, corresponded with hundreds upon hundreds of men, and been on (without exaggeration) at least one hundred first dates," she says in her book, , out today.