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I once thought I discovered my actual soulmate through Pinterest.
Like hundreds of thousands of other women, I fell fast and hard for Pinterest.
Photo: Graphic By Jen Baumgardner I have a Pinterest soulmate.
Well, I have two Pinterest soulmates if you count my sister, so let me rephrase.
) When it comes to the real humans I interact with, whom I'd consider relationships with, a certain degree of appreciation of those aesthetic talents is satisfying, but certainly not what I need most after all.
I realized that I was doing just fine in my life beyond Pinterest, and I wasn't lacking for any support from family and friends in those areas.
My Pinterest soulmate and I still enjoy a symbiotic relationship built on sharing on Pinterest, and I do find myself inspired by what inspires him.
He still will occasionally send a racy body shot, and every so often I'll wonder about his reaction when pinning, perhaps purposely for him, something uncharacteristically sexy.
I started pinning with anticipation, knowing what he'd like.
Now, I understand that this falls under that trapping of social media that's been widely documented: We've become a culture of approval addicts, our well-being becoming tied to likes, shares, and retweets.
I went to Pinterest to find mommies with perfectly decorated living rooms and creative taste in costume jewelry, so a guy seemed like pure novelty.