What is your opinion of online dating? You've heard of e-harmony.com right and a number of others; do you think they are for real? Is it possible that there is a stigma about "having to resort" to online dating?
Drs Les and Leslie Parrott want to dispel any negative connotations that come with dating on the Internet with their book, Dot.com Dating.
This is a very small book. It's pretty much a gift-size book that dives into the myths about online dating, questions you should ask each dating site and ways to know if you're ready to use online dating.
The myths include:
Using online dating means you're desperate
Only liars, losers and freaks use those sites
Online dating goes against God's purposes
Some of the questions to ask are:
Does the site help you go past a picture and paragraph
Is the site lined up with your beliefs
Is it dedicated to helping you find true love
And then the kicker comes at the end.
These authors have created their own online dating service and suggest that you use their new website to find your future spouse. Isn't great that they would offer this nice advice before asking you to patron their site?
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Tyndale Publishing