What do you do on a rainy Sunday when you have been all over the place the whole week? Right. Stay in bed with your loved one and turn on Netflix while you have breakfast in bed. To my great joy, there was the 3rd season of a series that I’ve been following since the beginning. “Love is Blind”.

In today’s world, it’s easy to orientate yourself by how people look on the outside. The media constantly bombards us with images of so-called “perfect” people, and it’s all too easy to compare ourselves to them and feel like we’re falling short. What I have recognized and experienced in all my years of work that there is a guarantee for being unhappy. And that is the comparison with others. That’s why it’s so important to remember that looks aren’t everything. As the old saying goes, it’s what’s on the inside that matters. And that becomes more than clear in the new Netflix season of “Love is Blind”.

The series follows a group of men and women who fall in love without ever seeing each other. The trick is that they only communicate with each other through a wall and their relationship is only based on conversations. This experiment offers a fascinating look at how we relate to other people and why inner values ​​are more important than outer appearances.

One of the most striking things about “Love is Blind” is how much the contestants prioritize personality over looks. Over and over again, they talk about how attracted they are to the other person because of their sense of humor, their intelligence, or their friendliness. It’s refreshing to see people focus on what’s really important in a relationship, and it reminds us that we should all be doing the same.

In today’s superficial world, it’s easy to get caught up in looks. However, it’s important to remember that what matters most in a relationship is what’s on the inside. In the end, inner beauty is what matters most – and it always pays to take the time to find someone who shares your values ​​and loves you for who you are.

With this in mind, I wish you a super nice week.