Why Hooking Up Isn't Working for You

"You are aiming for LOVE. To get people whipped on you for life. And no one is going to get whipped on you when you are disposable just like everyone else."

Why Hooking Up Isn't Working for You

Hi everyone! I deeply apologize once again for my prolonged absence here on the blog and on social media.

In case you were unaware, we found out my husband had a large but benign brain tumor last summer and last February, he had a craniotomy to have it removed.

He finished up 28 days of radiation treatment last week and he's doing great and is well on the road to full recovery. Your thoughts and prayers meant very much to me during this troubling time. It's been a very long journey for us and the worst of it is now over.

I've also finally tendered my resignation re: our business and will now be able to pursue my goals in working here at #lovepilled full-time.

I have a brand new YouTube channel where I'll be live streaming every evening at 9pm CST presenting you tidbits on the dating and relationship scene that I think are vitally important. So please make sure you subscribe, like, comment and chat with me live.

First show airing tonight! Pretty cool huh?

I will also be posting blogs here every day once again so make sure you stay dialed in for those.

I sincerely want to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your patience and continued support and I look forward to bringing you lots of useful content now and in the future.

That said, let's get down to business...

Why Hookup Culture Doesn't Work

Everywhere you look, people are "hooking up."

They're insisting that hooking up is totally "normal."

You don't even have to date a person, get to know them on any tangible level nor bother with any personal details minus some dirty pictures they left on seen at 2:37am. You're simply supposed to hit the sheets and cut out on anybody and everybody.

This has never worked. And it will never work.

If hooking up was such a great idea, why do all these folks seem to struggle with it?

Why do people feel empty and used in the aftermath of hooking up?