but actually these social media only reinforce the bad habits of people holding prospective partners at arm's-length in their communications.
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Ft Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) July 8, 2009
Richard F Moran, Executive Director of the Langohr Foundation, LLC, announced the formal opening of a new website, The Soulmate-Blog, a website dedicated to help in the multi-dimensional world of interpersonal relationships. Moran collaborated with the relationship guru Julissa de Mayo to build a site that addresses the questions, and problems, unique to today's modern sexual connections.
"With all the social media channels available these days, one may think interpersonal communications have been approved dramatically," states Moran, "but actually these social media only reinforce the bad habits of people holding prospective partners at arm's-length in their communications."
It has become too easy to paint a rosy picture of one's-self in the social media such as Facebook and actually create a bond with another person, never meeting them, but making yourself, (for women), their "Knight in Shining Armor". As this online relationship builds over weeks or sometimes even months, a person's entire personality becomes derisive from their online authorship ability. If, and when, a in person meeting happens the scenario manufactured in each person's head is instantly transferred to the other, most times detrimental to the chances of an honest, open relationship.
The Blog will address these issues, as well as many other contemporary subjects, pertinent to our times. Reading or even writing on the Soulmate-Blog will be free at all times. Professional, or even novice authors are invited to register and post their ideas, questions, and solutions on the Blog. We also encourage other internet social media sites to post and cross-link with The Soulmate-Blog. Ms. de Mayo, and several other authors, will be regularly publishing informational articles on the site.
The Langohr Foundation, LLC subsidized the initial costs of startup with a grant and further costs are hopefully to be paid by advertising sources, such as Google, posted on the site.
Further information may be obtained on The Soulmate Blog site or through the contact form on the site.