In addition, profiles that talk about what a member doesn’t want indicates that he/she may be choosing the next partner based on what went wrong.
For example, “no picky women need respond” may indicate he viewed his ex as high maintenance.
I remember a client who was so surprised that the guy she was dating told her he wasn’t looking for a relationship and just wanted to have “fun.” When she looked back at his profile after they’d stopped dating, she checked the “looking for” section and it actually said he was looking for a long-term “relationship.” So, where did she go wrong?
Unfortunately, she ignored some of the language within his “about me” section that talked about looking for someone to explore the city with, noting that he was “fine” if it leads to something more!
Remember to pay attention to what people say online, but do get to know them before passing any concrete judgments.
You really never know who’s out there waiting to meet you.
It’s okay to state some basic requirements, such as whether you’re willing to date someone who smokes or who has children.