What are the geographic, socioeconomic and psychological characteristics of people who first met their partner online compared with those who met in more traditional ways?
Which online behaviours are considered unacceptable in a partner?
The project contributes to our research into the impact of the Internet on social networks by looking at the significance and impact of the Internet on intimate relationships.
What role does the Internet play in introducing married couples?
What are the expectations within a marriage about online self-disclosure to others?
More choices, more relationships, and more socializing open up new kinds of opportunities that wouldn’t have existed without dating apps and websites.And does it come at the expense of long-term relationships?The research is mixed, but a few dominant themes emerge, including findings showing that “swiping right” might not be the best way to find a true match.You may be just beginning a relationship (dating, pre-marital, or newly married) and getting along pretty well.You want to build a strong foundation for a lasting relationship. ” “I’m such an idiot.” “I should have known better.” “I can't do intimate relationship, I am a failure." "I’m never going to be enough.” You’re exhausted from self-criticism.