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How to Handle the “Tell Me About Yourself” Text Messages From Girls
How to Handle "Tell Me About Yourself" Text Messages
The best advice I can give is to describe yourself in an honest, authentic manner. Talk about what you value — not just the superficial activities that make up the busyness of your life. I invest the time to continue learning and improving myself. In general, people appreciate it if you can own your part in what went wrong in the last relationship and demonstrate growth and a commitment to doing things better next time. Pointing fingers is a big turn-off. If you have a personal story that illustrates how and when you did just that, tell it!
Since they have already read your CV they already know who you are what qualifications you have and work experience so I would rather not repeat them again but give them something new. An example for myself would be: Ok well the thing is that I would like to show you rather than just tell you but I will just give you a brief presentation of who I am. I have been students representative for the past 4 years, I have been chosen because of my excellent skills of communication and understanding. I am very responsible and determined person.
Texting Issues Last Updated On: Am I really supposed to tell her all about me by text? Do they really expect you to send a long, detailed reply text where you really tell them about yourself?