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This is the main reason I DO NOT suggest looking for a special someone based on their ability to buy organic or recycle. Plus, you can almost always green someone up after you meet them.
See: What to do when your soul mate isn’t eco-friendly.
But each of these scenarios couldn’t be the furthest from the truth, so don’t give your profile a whole new meaning of “strong, silent type”!
Here is a step-by-step guide to help you craft the perfect “About Me” Introductory Information questions that your matches first see to get to know you.
In reality, you probably broke up with that person because you encountered traits or behaviors that were intolerable and made your life miserable.
It is easy to argue that positive traits are the opposite of negative ones and, therefore, by looking for positive attributes in a person, you end up uncovering what he or she is lacking.
But think about it: Have you ever broken up with a partner because he or she was missing an important quality?
Passion can mean different things to different people.
Before you can start planning your fabulous green dream wedding, you’ll have to meet your one and only. I remember what it’s like being in the various stages of dating – the meet-and-greet stage, the should I text stage, the what the hell is up stage, the I’m not sure stage, and the oh my god this date is a total disaster stage. If you’re looking for a partner with specific qualities, such as eco-friendly goals that match up with yours, dating becomes even harder!
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