Do not mention that you are looking for a muscular single Latter-Day saint that is at least 6 foot 2.You could mention that you are looking for a worthy and active single member of the Church who loves the gospel.
Think about your life, and formulate a background that you can piece together and translate into images.
What do you It’s all well and good to talk about what kind of photos you should feature on your profile, but when we get down to wardrobe it can be hard to come up with the perfect shot!
If you write your life story on your profile, you won’t have anything left to talk about.
Steer clear of writing an autobiography and edit, edit edit.
Many LDS online daters are just trying to blend in and get as many messages as possible, but remember that you are here only for that one special priesthood holder or worthy sister: You are not on True LDS to be liked by everyone. If you like to read, mention your favourite authors and books.
Your profile should give other LDS singles on True LDS a glimpse of what you are about, whether or not you fit into their lives. If you like to cook, mention some of your specialty dishes. Avoid clichés such as I love to sit in front of the fireplace, walk hand in hand on the beach, or I love the outdoors.
Some people are looking to date someone from a specific geographical area, age group or background.
Others might want to date someone with or without children.
Try and shorten your paragraphs to three to four sentences each.
Try not to be too specific when it comes to your ‘type’.
Don’t mention that you are looking for someone that has a calling, has a temple recommend and is not addicted to pornography.