Dating a physically disabled person
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Women were more attracted to men higher in dispositional mindfulness, beyond the effects of physical attractiveness.
Debbie Best, a 50-year-old residential habilitation trainer and employment specialist from Butte, Montana, found herself the unwitting victim of an online dating scam.Initial romantic attraction has important implications for the development of romantic relationships.Much research demonstrates that physical attractiveness predicts initial romantic attraction.However, less is known about the influence of individual difference characteristics on initial romantic attraction.Here we examined whether dispositional mindfulness predicted initial romantic attraction beyond the effects of physical attractiveness in a speed-dating experiment.It is likely that this "John Scofield" persona is part of a larger crime syndicate based in Africa, and that his profile is used in "many different areas around the country," Norton told The Huffington Post.
(Facebook had no comment.) Best spoke to Huff/Post50’s associate editor Anthonia Akitunde.
Here is her story in her own words: I’m really kind of a shy person and I had bad relationships with men that either gambled, drank too much or verbally and physically abused me. Life is pretty hard as is, and then when you’re living alone it’s even harder.
The man she thought was a long-distance boyfriend in Florida tricked her out of her money, her credit card information and her heart.
The website she used, Mingle2.com, did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
Her alleged scammer, "John Scofield," has been profiled on a scam-advisory website.
The Huffington Post found Scofield on Facebook, though it is likely that the name, profile and photo are fake, according to Jeffrey Norton, a New York attorney and expert on online dating scams.