Why Have We Released Healthy Couples
to Match Making Media?
Remember the days when healthy married couples and other stable single adults were anxious to invite single individuals over for dinner or a special group outing just so they could connect "like minds" and "character?"
These were single individuals whom they admired. Most of all, over a period of time, they were able to observe their character, integrity, ethics and religious traits over a period of time. In addition to this knowledge, also understood each's present and long term goals, and marital status. What happened to these kind hearted, caring friends?
Questions to reminisce:
1. Could you introduce a close friend to someone whom you believe may acquire a more financial and nourishing relationship than the one you presently have?
2. What personal risk do you feel people take when they consult online dating?
3. Would you introduce a friend to an individual whom you knew would be devastating
to each others future?
In all honesty, online match making could really prove to be successful, but it is always at the risk and honesty of the applicants. An "assumption" is presumed for an expected lifestyles, and online match making makes it easier for applicants to submit information the person desires to hear, rather than what one is able to deliver.
What is your take on this?
Who do you trust?
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