Here are 20 points—broken up into four categories—that will tell you virtually everything you need to know.The Pros Where have all the good men (and women) gone?
“You can’t be careful enough about this in the beginning.”When it comes to giving out names, keep it short—as in first names only.“Someone with sincere intentions won’t have a problem with that,” Snell says.It’s more important to be safe than polite,” Green says.The Common Mistakes While meeting other LDS singles is the goal, talk about more than just religion.“Be careful not to describe yourself in completely religious terms.And pick shots where you actually look, you know, like yourself.“The last thing I want to do is meet someone and have them say I don’t look like my picture,” Andersen says. Try not to post pictures where’s it’s obvious you’ve cropped out an ex-girlfriend. “And it won’t be in a good way.”Exaggerating or misleading people with your profile will get you nowhere.Honest.“You have to be truthful,” says Andersen, who’s been on sites from to to
“If a person keeps on pressing you for specific information, that’s a big warning sign.”If you’re a single parent, keep those kids a mystery (with the exception of their actual existence).“Your profile will typically say whether or not you have kids, but beyond that, don’t go into details about your children until you’re in an actual relationship,” Snell says.