If we as a generation continue to view these inadequate portrayals of finding "the one," we'll continue the vicious cycle of lust before love.
Fake dating tv show
I'm a reality show junkie at heart, and I'll tune in to anything that is trashy and insane.
Thankfully, MTV continues to pump these programs my way, and I recently took the time to binge the most ridiculous dating show yet, "Are You The One?
I can't tell you how many of my single friends go out in the hopes of getting wrecked and bringing someone home just for a good time.
We all inherently want to be loved, but we're not being shown what the real steps are.
The latest season of Catfish: The TV Show premieres in the UK on Wednesday 8 March on MTV, with fans excited to see what Nev and Max have in store for them next.
For those new to the phenomenon, where did the TV show come from?
I'm currently #funemployed, and so I have a lot of free time on my hands.
I've had the time to binge-watch many different television shows.
This generation has a hard enough time committing to living arrangements, let alone relationships, and these fake dating shows are sending the message it's OK to not actually put in the work.