Radical Author Reveals What’s Wrong with Dating at the McLove Drive-Thru

In this new love-economy we can have it all: e-dating, speed-dating, dinner-dating, mobile-dating and even dog-lovers-dating. Â?Then why do most singles become road-kill on the singleÂ?s superhighway?Â? asks Allie Ochs, author of: "Are You Fit To Love? A radically Different Approach To Successful Relationship."

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(PRWEB) February 28, 2005

In this new love-economy we can have it all: e-dating, speed-dating, dinner-dating, mobile-dating and even dog-lovers-dating. “Then why do most singles become road-kill on the single’s superhighway?” asks Allie Ochs, author of:

Are You Fit To Love? A radically Different Approach To Successful Relationship.

Many online companies promise that all it takes is $ 25 to land your dream-date. The majority of singles have found that it is not that easy. According to Nate Elliot, analyst for Jupiter Research, the singles market is saturated. Obviously, the last thing we need is another dating company. As singles are lining up to be served at the McLove drive-thru, expectation and misrepresentation are at an all-time high. Yet, there is something wrong at the all-you-can-date buffet.

“Everyone in this love-commodity market seeks their peacock among the feather dusters.“ says Allie Ochs, “Yet, there are not enough peacocks. Most people are average, good people like everyone else. They don’t come with stunning looks, eternal youth, trim bodies or huge wallets.”

In spite of the growing number, few singles actually find love and dating companies are seldom to blame. The fault lies within singles themselves. Equipped with advice that they can have it all, they set out to get it all. Their wish-lists are loaded with superficial attributes, leaving character out of the equation.

“Believing that every keystroke could lead to a better somebody@somewhere.com, they overlook the person worthy of pursuit.“ says Allie. “It is time for singles to make a point of building relationship success based on the strength of character, instead of clever-minded dating strategies.”

With her book and her radical dating coaching, Allie helps singles to create, portray and spot a great character. According to Allie: “Nothing attracts love more than a great character of integrity. Great relationships require great characters, a fact that will never change.” Until we work on our character, most online dating services are more like virtual slot machines for relationship-hopping.

© 2005 Allie Ochs is a speaker, relationship coach and author of: Are You Fit To Love? Her book has received the honorable mention at the USA 2004 Best Book Awards. She has appeared on TV, Radio and is published in numerous magazines and newsletters. To order her book or take the Fit 2 Love! Test visit her website http://www.fit2love.com. For Free Relationship/Dating Advice e-mail: askallie@fit2love.com

Allie is available and will cooperate for live and phoner interviews. She has media experience and will accept interviews for guest cancellations. Contact Allie for JPEG images of her book cover and self-portrait.

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