“Modern dating has changed so drastically. But the one thing that has not changed, is that people are really finding love in moments of vulnerability.”
Everyone wants to be a part of a good story, especially when it comes to their relationships. But in a world that seems to become increasingly busy and distracting, finding the faith to pursue meaningful relationships and form your own love story can seem daunting or near impossible. But thanks to websites like The Way We Met, a blog created by Brooklyn Sherman that features the real stories of real people from real life, we know that it's possible to find the love we seek.
No matter where you're at (married, single, looking for friends, or looking to love yourself), there are great opportunities to find what you're looking for if you choose to show up authentically and be real.
In this episode, Mark and Brooklyn discuss how why she started the blog, how having it become viral and popular has affected her life and vision for love, and the role authenticity plays in the stories that truly resonate with her audience and in our own love stories.
-Brooklyn's initial reactions to having her blog 'The Way We Met' go viral overnight.
-Why she was hesitant to come on the show when Mark reached out for the first time.
-Why we have an attachment to our love stories.
-Brooklyn's personal vision for love.
-Her greatest opportunity for growth.
-The responsibility that influencers have and should be aware of.
“The more vulnerable I am, the more deeply my connections are.”SHARE
“Modern dating has changed so drastically. But the one thing that has not changed, is that people are really finding love in moments of vulnerability.”SHARE
“Support each other. We don’t shine unless we all shine.”SHARE
“Don’t give up.”SHARE
“It’s okay if you’re not currently loving yourself. You can develop that insecurity like a muscle.”SHARE