How do you answer JDate’s questions without sounding repetitive, cheesy, fake or boring? Let me help you craft personal and enticing answers to both the basic and intimate questions.
“My Past Relationships”
No need to get into details here about how your heart was shattered or how you got dumped via text or why you broke up with your last beau. This area is more about what you learned — as in, why it ended from a philosophical perspective not how it ended from an emotional perspective. Here are some ideas:
-taught me how to more effectively communicate
-reinforced my desire to marry Jewish
-showed me that laughing every day is a priority
-helped me discover that I had some growing to do
-allowed me to figure out what I did and didn’t want in a partner
Follow this lead rather than writing “ended when I caught him sexting” or “imploded when she began nagging me about my friends.” Leave your baggage at home and concentrate on what you want in the future rather than what you left in the past.