I’m seeing a really disturbing trend out there.
I want you to take this time right now to read every single word that I’m writing.
I don’t want you to glance through this article, because if you’re single, this is by far the most important thing you’ve ever read in your life.
I’m going to start off with this:
How frustrated are you now in your dating life?
If you can write that down right now, write the one word that describes how you feel in your dating life right now.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve noticed a really disturbing trend when it comes down to dating.
The word that we used to have a long time ago, before the flood of Internet dating sites and dating apps and social media validation.
And all these ridiculous ways to get lost in cyber world.
The word that people used to use in dating was a magical word, it was called hope.
People got excited about finding a new mate.
People got excited about finding a new partner.
People went out and actually talked to one another.
If you’re a woman reading this article right now, I want you to think, when was the last time a man came over and approached you and flirted with you?
If you’re a man reading this, I want you to think, when was the last time you actually walked over and actually took a dare and flirted with a woman?
I want you to also ask yourself this question: when you’re out in public, how often do you look at your cell phone?
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