Think about how you would feel if you were talking to someone and then find out (upon meeting them in person) that they really are a lot older, grayer, fatter, slouchier, balder, than they look in their picture.
That’s a common way that people innocently deceive one another when they are dating online. The person who posts the picture of themselves from “way back then” may still view themselves as looking the same.
Pictures on dating Web sites are notorious for being misleading.
They're usually old, like when the person was 20 pounds lighter and had more hair. Selfies work for them." As far as what to write in your profile, Zadeh says men can increase their chances of success by talking about outdoor activities, while women can stand out by talking up sports.
You don’t have anything to hide, especially since you want to be loved for who you are now, not for the super-star you used to be.
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