The internet dating book
Q: Do you think social media hurts or helps relationships?
I think it's very challenging to be forming relationships these days, especially online with Facebook around.
Do you believe that people don't want to connect long-term or that they just don't want to get married? The article framed monogamy in a way that made the meaning different from what the meaning was in the book itself.
As far as the demise of monogamy, that was not the point I was making.
It's the middle of peak season for the online dating industry.
As the calendar inches closer to Valentine's Day, I know that you have many choices with the thousands of online dating sites that have popped up in recent years.
Did you know you could find a date or a mate based on medical issues, pets or ethnicity?
Around the time that I lost my job at the , I also become single at the age of 31.
I started using online dating sites for the first time and saw how different the process was.
As the technology evolves, it's a good chance that it will get even better. I don't think there's going to be an immediate impact on the online dating industry.
In the long-term, it can be helpful, as it will further erode whatever reluctance people have to meet and date new people online. Once people experience dating on Facebook, it sends society a huge message that any stigma attached to this is now gone.