In the end, that's all self improvement advice can do.I can't do the work for you, nor magically know how to solve your unique challenges.”Since its launch in February 2013, Lulu, the mobile dating app for women to anonymously review guys and their romantic capacities (or shortcomings), has sent a panicked chill through many a man.By logging in through Facebook, women suddenly had access to profiles of their ex-boyfriends, best friends, and one-night stands.
It's hard to give yourself good advice, and harder still to follow it.
Lulu claims on its site that it is a way to “unleash the value of girl talk and to empower girls to make smarter decisions.” More knowledge doesn’t always lead to smarter decisions, especially when you consider the sources.
Since Lulu reviews are arguably far more subjective than any write-up about, say, a restaurant or a nail salon, from a purely pragmatic standpoint, they are far less useful.
Because from time to time, I reflect on my own mistakes in dating and relationships and I think of how difficult, painful—but to some extent avoidable—they were.
With little audience and no recognition, why do I continue?