When I made this announcement: "Move Over Tinder And Dating Apps, I'm Now Crowdsourcing My Next Relationship," people thought I was crazy. Don't get me (or them) wrong, I am. But I also may be on to something way saner than online dating.
Tinder and dating apps have conditioned us to treat others as though they are disposable. This social dating experiment is changing that.
The Breakdown's Allison Dore and Jay Brody invited me into the SiriusXM studios for an update on my story - based on 100% honourable intentions. So, here it is. Please don't let my father listen to this. Thank you.
This is either entirely brave or entirely stupid. Then again, perhaps it's both.
While it may appear as though I share so much of my life publicly, I don't. I've created a hard line between personal and private information. So I'll tell you personal things about me and the silly or embarrassing things I do. But I never share private stories ... Stories about my relationships ... Specifically, romantic ones.
And while my intuitive, empathetic nature and ability to network professionally have been boons to my career, these same qualities have led to boondoggles with guys.
Since the proverbial definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result, what I'm about to do could quite possibly be the sanest thing I've ever done.
So here's the deal ...