Holding ourselves, as well as others, accountable for the mishandling of our hearts is necessary.
They were pretty hot guys (to me, at least) who seemed to have personalities, be gainfully employed and know where commas and periods should go (some of them).
Yet after reading their profiles, my interest in them dwindled immediately.
A suggestion from another girlfriend led us to Plenty of Fish (POF).
Apparently, it’s the new hotness in online dating (maybe not, but Christian was out of the question), and there’s even an app for that.
Next up, "I need someone who won't waver in the face of temptation..to death of the bullshit women have tried to pull on me." And then there were the profile headlines that read, “I’M NOT HERE FOR GAMES" or, "Looking for love in all the wrong places…Why is it so hard to find someone? I’m all for disclaimers and being upfront with people, but beginning your About Me section with your do’s and don’ts and why you and your ex didn’t work out isn’t a good look. When it doesn't happen, we're transformed into sour “bitter bitches.” We refuse to move on past the hurt we’ve experienced from our old lovers.