But unfortunately that's happened with mine and it's very frustrating."As you can imagine, women have formed their own opinions about Murray based on what his exes allege and it's taken a toll on his romantic life.
"I mean, it's affected [my dating life] tremendously.
” on “Family Feud,” he found time to partner with on launching Delightful, a dating site primarily catering to women “looking to find true love.” As the author of wildly successful relationship advice book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Committment,” who else would be better qualified as the CLO (Chief Love Officer) of a major dating site than Steve Harvey? That being said, there are plenty of people for whom 1950s beliefs on romance ring true, and who can argue with the fundamental underlying principle of finding true love?
Sure, some of his views might be considered a bit sexist (Steve on women who want to keep their last name when getting married: “If you want to keep your last name you got, marry your daddy.”), a little scientifically fuzzy (Steve on atheism: “If you don’t believe in God… So despite my cynicism, I decided to sign up and see if Delightful could work its magic.
And I feel like people can relate in any situation — you're in something that you don't want to be in, it ends up just not being very good...
but I don't like airing my dirty laundry, and I don't like talking bad about other people and ruining their lives.
I feel hopeless, and I feel like, you know, people are already judging me based on what others are saying, so I don't know what to do or how to handle it.