Netflix’s Love is Blind

I understand the premise of Netflix’s Love is Blind show. But man… through the use of TV magic, it feels like the “singles” are bonding really fast.  Although I think it’s possible to understand a person within a few days of non-face to face interactions, the real challenge comes from the future face to face interactions.  How much of how their initial connection is pure adrenaline/oxytocin rushing through their systems?

As the episodes go on, they start showing a lot of  very common real world situations.  They all seem to reveal some very personal situations…

  • Self sabotage of self.
  • Not being supported after an abortion
  • Insecurity of  age gaps in relationship
  • Abandonment issues

This show has a lot to take in.

 

 

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