If we compute “e Harmony status” — how often a user is asked out by their matches — we find it also follows this pattern: Everyone prefers high-status users, but high-status users show a stronger preference for other high-status users.(It’s possible that they don’t really feel a stronger preference, but merely feel more confident in their ability to win a fellow high-status mate.) On the other hand, traits whose optimal value is more arguable — like whether you have children or what religion you follow — tend to follow the first pattern.For his complex but lovely discussion of the subject, see here." like attractiveness or physical fitness, tend to follow the second pattern: Everyone prefers hotter, fitter people, but hot, fit people show a stronger preference for people like them.To start with, you have to rethink the way that you present yourself.
And, like many other online offerings, the "product" received may not always be what was advertised.
Men follow the first: Short men prefer short women, and tall men prefer tall women.
Women follow the second: All women prefer taller men, but tall women display a stronger preference for tall men.
And, interestingly, marriages that begin online are less likely to result in separation or divorce, and those that remained married are happier than their offline counterparts.
begin online, according to a 2013 study released by the National Academy of Sciences.