Despite those relationships not working out in the long run, they did end up being some of the most rewarding dating experiences I've had.
And I've gotta say -- it DOES have something to do with their looks.
Porn as an industry can be a different story depending on what we’re talking about.)But porn, within the context of what we’re discussing here, is problematic when not discussed with your partner and if you let it impact your sex life.
What you need to understand is that being in a relationship with someone “Different Enough” is what you want to strive for.
Either way, the person you choose to spend your life with should really lift you up rather than drag you down.
And it shouldn't feel like "work" most of the time.
Someone who is dating the right person consistently enjoys the relationship and feels a general sense of happiness (arguments aside! If you find yourself unhappy most of the time -- and especially when you are with them -- then this may be a sign that this isn't the best person for you.
Akin to a beauty contest scorecard, a person's attractiveness is ranked from one to 10.
And generally, it's presumed that the beautiful Amazons among us (the eights, nines, and 10s) should only date each other -- while the "uglies" of the bunch (the twos, threes, and fours) must stick to their own Quasimodo kind.
It’s not hard to look around and notice that there’s a problem with today's dating scene. Ultimately, the purpose of dating is to eventually get married; so in that sense, we can’t date willy-nilly and play with people’s hearts.
Hooking up is wrong because it’s totally selfish: we use another person for our own pleasure. Catholics tend to take this approach — taking dating far too seriously.