I let myself get pulled into BS wishy washy un-relationships that were way more work than they were worth.I wanted to have Jenn on the podcast because she’s intelligent, insightful, fun and knows how to have a great conversation. Why it’s important to show up as yourself from the beginning, embrace where you’re at and communicate honestly with your partner (or future partner).
It's true that it wasn't picturesque or close to perfection, but I truly did love and adore the person I was with.Match, basing its claim on a 2016 poll of 5,500 singles, said 57 percent of Indy's singles "don't lie on dates."That of course means that 43 percent do lie on dates, but Match's is a glass-half-full approach. If a dater is going to lie, here's what they lie about, Match found: sexual history (19.2 percent), dating history (17.6 percent), finances (11.8 percent), where they live (9.9 percent), age (8.3 percent); interests/hobbies (8.1 percent); job (6.2 percent); having kids (2.6 percent); being divorced (2.1 percent)."Indianapolis is home to some of the most honest singles in the U. Breaking it down even further, Match found that: "Conservative Republicans and the rich" were more likely to lie about their height, and that gays and bisexuals were more likely to lie about their age.I love to hear what people are actually thinking and saying rather than being politely indulged.Which led me to decide, why not share the wealth of what men are really, truly, brutally thinking with the rest of the world?