Lifetime movies about online dating
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Besides the fact that you could likely be doing something more productive with your time, this SIS thinks there’s another downside to spending the day tuned to LMN.
Not to hate on the network (after all, its sister channel is now the home of “Project Runway”), but if you tune into it too long, you may become a victim of paranoia.
The majority of the movies feature murderous and philandering husbands, con artists who marry for any and everything except love, and women whose triumph involves putting a man behind bars or ending his existence all together… Of course, it’s just TV, but overexposure to this kind of dysfunction between men and women cannot be good.
You can only watch a woman being physically attacked and held hostage so many times before you start making it a point to keep one hand on the pepper spray whenever a guy approaches.
You decide to flip to the station while you’re eating breakfast and the next thing you know it’s dark outside.
You’ve wasted a whole day watching films starring Tori Spelling, Tiffani Amber Theissen and a bunch more familiar-looking actresses whose names you don’t even know.
Although Cami believes Jake's a 23 year-old college student, everything he's told her online is a lie.
This not only hurt Craig's character, it also results in Rachel coming off as overtly naive not to catch on to his obvious instability until it's too late to escape him.