Swiping, clicking, matching, meeting. The online dating world has opened up so many possibilities…which may be why it can get so bizarre. This isn’t a fad; online dating is working for a lot of people. So how is it changing the way we communicate? Is having more choices actually a good thing? And where did all of these strange pickup lines come from?
Communications professional and blogger Heather Zell joins Amanda St. Hilaire, Kendra Nichols, and Dennis Owens to share cringe-worthy, hilarious, and insightful stories. They also discuss frustrations, societal pressures, and reasons for staying in the game.
This discussion is not appropriate for children.
Dennis, Kendra, and Amanda also take a closer look at an emotional and complicated legal issue involving cemetery rights, and respond to the questions, comments, and suggestions you sent us.
Below are links and references from this week’s episode:
- Click here for Heather’s blog about online dating, and click here for her Facebook page
- Grieving dad, cemetery owner in uncivil war over gravesite decorations
- Click here to listen to Alicia Richards’ guest appearance on On Deadline.
- Click here to listen to the On Deadline episode about whether the traditional school structure really works