I mentor kids and I rock climb and ski and skydive and love to cook….
But when the other 400 guys vying for a woman attention are “big into D&D and live in their parents basement” well….its’ easy for any girl or guy to get discouraged and to simply walk away and to go back to where people at least can’t lie about their looks…too much. That show has done a lot to inform people of a danger of online dating.
We’ve been aware of the ability for online profiles to allow for any number of identities to come forth, real or imagined.
In a previous article found here, I discuss Facebook as a reality show in and of itself.
After all, they have elected a far less threatening mode of communication—one in which their physical presence is not required, and where there is a far greater sense of control in the relationship.
They need not engage in conversational exchanges that require a certain facility and reciprocal dance.
A common trait in the women on the show is a certain naivety if not innocence regarding these relationships.
In the end many of us are looking for love, and believe we may find it in the most unlikely of situations.