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Murff said it’s common for the 24 percent of millennials whose parents are separated or divorced to have a skewed or damaged view of marriage, because of what they’ve seen.They’re afraid their marriage will end in the familiar shambles they grew up with.They were even featured in People magazine as a prototype of successful cyber-romance. Frassica said he realized he was gay, and the divorce was official last year.“We avoided getting to know the real person,” says the 34-year-old corporate recruiter in San Francisco.“All we knew was the profiles of each other.” (His ex-wife confirms that.)” Some online dating services are offering new services to help their customers that do get married to reduce the rate of divorce through online counseling and relationship building programs after the marriage.It would be beneficial for people who are dating online to take one or more of these types of programs, or traditional pre-marital counseling, in order to try get to know each other better and to create a stronger understanding of each others needs before marriage.
It also means acquaintances often congratulate me on my wedding just before asking, “How old are you?I tried an online dating service more out of curiosity rather than a desire to find my soul mate.I did not have good results, in fact I had no match!According to an article in azcentral.com, “More than a decade after the Internet revolutionized dating -about two million Americans met their spouses online.” That’s right over the past ten years nearly two million people have married the person they met online.
Now the challenge is for those couples to stay married.
There was so much riding on it — namely my pride — and she could say no to another date if we ever got past the first one. What started as dating turned into a relationship, and now we’re married.