It’ll therefore also make it easier for them to get the love, support and encouragement they deserve, which is the intention of this video, and my intention for the gentleman who asked the question at my live event where the above video was filmed.
) that always looks for evidence that our current beliefs are accurate.
The intention of this is to stop us going crazy, but it can have unintended consequences if we don’t know about it.
Women who showed up looking fatter than their photo had very different experiences.
Men told them that they were angry, that the date was a waste of gas and time, that they were married, and in one instance the guy went to the bathroom and didn’t come back. The Huffington Post piece points out that a study has shown that women who date online are afraid of meeting a serial killer and men who date online are afraid of meeting someone fat, that definitely seems to be playing out here.
Even before addressing the cause of being fat/overweight and looking at ways to get an overweight man back to a healthy weight and physique, there are still of the above techniques with treating the true cause of the issue.
In addition, treating the true cause can often auto-correct a lot of the above as well.
What if someone had makeup on, or a padded push up bra, or shapewear in the picture but not on the date? Or is this really more about the social stigma that is placed on being fat, especially as it relates to being a woman.
Do we believe that if everything in the profile is correct but the picture is out of date that person is “lying”?
Recently a site dedicated to “the fine art of picking up girls” decided to see what happens when men and women get dates online using pictures of them thin, and then show up at the date with fat suits on.