By Judith Silverstein, Michael Lasky. In addition to displaying a screen name, many online-dating sites allow you to display a phrase, called a tagline. Some sites, such as Match. That option can be a bit overwhelming, though, so go with a relatively short name and focus your creative juices on the tagline. If you try to be too creative with both, they tend to conflict and create a confused message. Do a search on your site to see which is more prominent - taglines or screen names. Focus on refining whichever one is more visible.
Are you a magician? Because whenever I look at you, everyone else disappears! They say Disneyland is the happiest place on earth. Well apparently, no one has ever been standing next to you. For some reason, I was feeling a little off today. But when you came along, you definitely turned me on. Are you religious?
I've spent the last four years adjusting to the single parent side of my divorce, but I haven't done much to address the single woman side of post-divorce life. I'm hoping to change all that, but the mere thought of being a single mom dating in earnest is scary as can be. To remedy my fears, I turned to seasoned dating coaches, Julianne Cantarella, MSW , and Elisabeth Lamotte , a licensed psychotherapist and relationship expert, to figure out the biggest dating mistakes single moms make and the smart moves that should replace them. I've seen clients get overly comfortable being single, so when they re-enter the dating world it brings on a whole set of complexities. Like being 'set in their ways,' which makes it even more difficult to be open to someone new to share their lives with," Cantarella says. What to do instead: Start out slowly, Cantarella says. One safe, effective and time-efficient way to start out is to trying online dating.