Online dating for little people
I would see a lot of profiles that show personality but don’t contain personal information.So people just write something that’s quirky, or you know, relevant to them but isn’t personal.
But with the first name and last name, Linked In then provides you their profession.
So it’s complicated by the fact that how do you use them wisely?
So how do you share enough information to get to know someone but not overshare, not share too much about yourself? Well, I think the line is like…carefully is kind of the key word.
And if you’ve got a lot of pictures of you partying on Tinder and you’ve got a very professional job that requires a certain sort of image, that’s where things could break down. They need to present themselves consistently across platforms, because it’s very easy for someone to do their homework.
You’re also touching upon one piece of advice I think might be relevant to people.The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the year, but for many singles it’s also the loneliest.