Form letter and Pamphlets to promote Happier Abroad
If you post on other forums, here is a form letter you can use to post there to help promote this site and spread our truth and movement. Just copy and paste it in a new thread.
Note that the reason I worded this form letter as a question is because advertising a site is not allowed on most forums, but posting a question about a site is. Therefore, this form letter is worded as a question in order to both arouse curiosity about Happier Abroad and promote it at the same time without looking like an advertisement.
Here it is:
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Does going abroad solve loneliness?
Are people friendlier/more inclusive overseas?
I've been inspired lately by this guy who has a very original site and movement promoting the claim that going overseas will cure loneliness and alienation problems in America. He claims that people are friendlier and more inclusive overseas, and that women are more approachable, feminine and down to earth than in America, making it easier to get dates. Have any of you found that to be true?
I saw his comparison chart here of key differences between the US and most other countries. They make other countries sound like some kind of "dating paradise". How accurate are these comparisons? I know nothing is 100 percent true or false, so what degree of accuracy would you assign the comparisons in this chart?
And what about these big secrets? Are any of them true?
He also has some entertaining videos showing how much friendlier and more approachable girls were during his trips overseas:
What do you all think? Have any of you been overseas and found yourself less lonely or not lonely at all? Was it easier to make friends or get dates?
If so, then I'd love to travel or maybe even live overseas. But which country should I go to? I have no idea where to start or how to choose.
I was going to ask these questions in the forum of the site I mentioned above, but I figured that they might be a little biased, so I came here to try to get a more neutral third-party perspective first.
Also, do you think loneliness is a reflection of problems in society or of problems in the individual? I've heard people making arguments for both sides. I know that no one likes to accept blame and that people prefer to blame others or external circumstances, but seriously, how can we truly know whether the problem is in us or in society?