Desperate women dating
Using details in your profile instead of typical, generic statements.The first line of your profile or “about me” section really counts.Everybody knows why you are there and what you want. Say something interesting, eye catching or even better – brain catching – in the very beginning of your profile, express your opinion on anything that will give your potential dating partners an insight into who you are.You can even start your page with a famous slogan that you like or a funny story about something that happened to your recently.Now you’re panicking and wondering if she’s ignoring you. Assume she did and that she hasn’t responded for a reason.
Now I’ve written before about how neediness is a state of mind and not necessarily your actions. But I would be naive to think that some behaviors didn’t still look “desperate”, even if they’re coming from a healthy place. If I like someone, I’m going to talk to them and not overthink it.
In fact, many of them will be rolling their eyes and thinking “Jeez, another girl who is full of herself, who thinks she is God’s gift, and who is going to be a pain in the ass to deal with.” Don’t forget that actions speak much, much louder than words, so let the guy find out who you are by getting to know you rather than reading a bunch of adjectives on your page that anybody else could write about themselves.
Any writing rich in details has a much greater impact on a reader than a bunch of generic, abstract statements.
So you sent a girl a message and now you keep checking your phone. Whatever the reason, it can come across intense for you to follow up when you didn’t get an immediate reply.
15 minutes go by, then half an hour, and then an hour. And if she ignoring you, messaging her again isn’t going to get her more attracted to you — it’ll do the opposite. Just like “double texting”, never ask a girl if she got your last message.