Your dating profile holds the key to the type of people you’ll meet online, so make it a compelling (and accurate) representation. You definitely don’t want to overshare and scare away potential dates. So what details about yourself should you include? What should your picture look like? And what about the person on the other side of the screen? How do you spot red flags in someone’s profile? What questions should you ask? When should you move on, and when should you ask for more information? Our panel shares their pro tips for using online dating profiles strategically.
Guests: Laurie Polich Short,
Long-time Boundless friend Laurie Polich Short had so much great insight to share that we had to make Lisa’s discussion with her a two-part series. This week, Laurie unpacks more from her new book “40 Verses to Ignite Your Faith,” shedding light on lesser-known verses in the Bible that have helped her walk through tough times. She also gives us an update on her marriage, life as a stepparent, and an international trip that brought her up close and personal with her heritage and ancestry.
She sets her online dating filters to send only self-described Christian men her way, but does some additional digging to see if they’re really serious about their faith. For example, she asks them how they live out their faith daily. Is that too forward? Too much of an interrogation for someone she doesn’t know? Lisa has some great advice.