Los Angeles California (PRWEB) June 27, 2015
A member of PositiveSingles.com, a popular dating platform for herpes singles, recently touched off a debate on whether diet is an important consideration when choosing a partner for dating. The idea behind the discussion was to assess whether eating habits are an important criteria for choosing a partner.
Most of the participants of the discussion came forth with a view that they would prefer someone who cares about eating healthy over a person inclined toward sinful indulgences. Some of the members went as far as to say that unhealthy eating practices have served as a red flag in their past relationships.
One of the participating members stated that he had been dating an attractive girl who proclaimed her love for mac & cheese and pizza, claiming that was all she had been able to eat since birth. Upon meeting the girlfriend’s mother and sister, both of whom were morbidly obese, he knew the relationship wouldn’t last long.
The same member then posed a question to his peers on the STD dating site, asking, ‘Does anybody else think that a connection in the food department is critical for a relationship’s success?’ The question evoked varied responses, with some people claiming it was annoying to put up with a person who can neither cook nor is willing to learn the skill. On the other hand, there were a few who thought it was painful to be with someone too involved with a particular diet and unwilling to enjoy other foods.
The discussion was pertinent as diet plays a crucial role for maintaining well-being of people affected by STDs because what a person eats affects their blood stream. That being said, it is not as if healthy diet does not play an important role for those free from ailments. The kind of eating habits a person possesses largely determine their own health and that of their family and kids.
With such discussion on board, PositiveSingles.com proves to be more than just a dating site. It also provides a platform for like-minded people to come together and share their opinions, fears and personal experiences with one another.
PositiveSingles.com is one of the largest and most popular online dating sites that offers people living with Herpes and STD a chance at finding love and support. The site has been operational since 2001 and boasts of over 60,000 success stories so far.