CBS channel 3 TV (Phoenix) reports:
You've probably heard the expression "misery loves company." And if that holds true, a new dating app should be very successful!
The app 'Date Miserable People' …[is] the brainchild of Shaun Price. He says he created the site so people could engage in online dating while keeping it real and honest without feeling intimidated.
"D.M.P is an online platform that allows people to engage in online dating honestly and within the realities of their daily lives," Price said.
... "The majority of the sites, everybody's perfect," said Price. "Everybody's got a beautiful picture, everybody loves to travel, everybody loves to hang out with their friends but that's not really who they are.
Many believe that keeping it real means keeping it miserable. As though one can't be honest about the struggles in their life without also being disconsolate. But isn't that the difference faith is supposed to make? Because of Jesus, Christians can keep it real without keeping it miserable. We can face the moment in the light of eternity.
“I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us” (Romans 8:18).