Tough love dating show
I think Steve should be featured in way, way more segments on all the morning talk shows and afternoon shows could use a segment with Steve.
Let him tell you."What's happening is that there's become a huge polarization—between those who want to be single and those who want to be in relationships. They're a marketplace for short-term mating—but you see people who are looking for long-term potential shopping in a short-term marketplace."Ward sent me this exists—but modern relationships aren't as monolithic as the story makes them out to be."[The dating apocalypse] isn't due to Tinder," Ward says. It's amazing what has changed in the last 10 years—from Apple to Google, and throw in all the social networks.Too much information can scare away potential men, so Steve takes the girls to a local gym to work on their physical fitness and test their ability to keep a secret.Later, Steve sends the girls on some shocking dates, literally, as he outfits them with "The Zapper" - a small electronic devices that zaps them with whenever they revert to their old, bad dating habits.Each couple fits a specific archetype - be it The High School Sweethearts or The Cheaters - all with their own set of reasons to doubt if their relationship can really last a lifetime.Over the course of this difficult eight-week process, Steve and Joann will put the couples through lessons designed to test their relationships on every level.Classic character personalities earning titles such as "the gold digger" or "Wedding Obsessed." Watch as they learn how to change themselves in order to better themselves and attract good men. I would like to see a professional psychologist assist Steve as I think some women on the show..all of them and not generalizing here, but some of them have such major deep seeded psychological issues.
They will participate in dating 101 classes under the male matchmaker. See them go through personal challenges as well as the ones setup for them. I am a guy and I find this show seriously compelling. Some of them are so traumatized they are even beyond Steve's coaching.
Abiola makes a connection on her dream date with Terrence, and Taylor returns from the hospital, to the dismay of the rest of the girls who have gotten used to life at Boot Camp without her.
The girls get a chance to show Steve what they think is sexy when they step in front of the camera for a photo shoot.
Even our sociological views are changing—Amnesty International just put out a statement for sex work to be decriminalized globally. And in 2015 is there anything wrong with hookup culture?
"For her If you hang out with stats geeks for long enough, one of them will probably utter the sentence, "The plural of anecdote is not data." This is a well-worn nerdism, but it reveals an important truth: When we consider our experiences and those of our friends and family, we're only getting a tiny chunk of the full story of humanity.
Now, Steve and his mother Joann are taking on even their toughest cases yet - couples!