It's hard out there for a single girl. Here, six women let us in on their most disturbing, humiliating, and sometimes funny (in retrospect, of course) stories of digital dating gone terribly wrong.
Take a peek at just how technology has revolutionized your relationships, from how we meet potential partners to how we tell our friends we're getting hitched.
Many times, first impressions are made virtually. Use technology to your advantage in your search for love. Here are our 10 best e-secrets.
Instagram, 'selfies', sexting, dating websites — we can't decide whether technology has complicated our love lives or made them more convenient (or both?). But one thing's for sure, we could talk about the topic for days — make that two weeks, to be exact! Welcome to our first annual 'Dating In The Digital Age' campaign; from now until June 25th, we'll explore the exhilarating highs and the nail-biting lows of looking for love and maintaining healthy relationships in the era of technology. C'mon, join the discussion!
Do you struggle to peel your partner away from the controller? Do you feel like he's cheating on you with a game? Your feelings may be valid. It's true, we don't think of gaming in the traditional way we think of infidelity, but any time your partner spends time and energy on something in a way that detracts from the relationship, that's an affair. Our expert explains.
Some people "get lost in a fantasy world of digital relationships thatproduce real emotions but no real boyfriends," says Dr. Wendy Walsh, author of The 30-Day Love Detox. Sound familiar? Join us on Facebook on 6/10 and find out how you can use email, texting, social media and even your online dating profiles to find the love you want.
By Robert Manni for CupidsPulse.com It is the best of times. It is the worst of times…for dating. The deepening integration of technology into modern life has in many ways pulled the world closer together. Unfortunately, when it comes to developing basic social skills and maintaining a sense of privacy and decorum it has also pushed us further apart.
I recently read an article by Nick Bilton in the New York Times http://nyti.ms/Y7Qk7R entitled “The Child, the Tablet and the Developing Mind.” He writes on technology and the “Bits” blog for the Times. I was particularly struck by his response to a question his sister asked. She was talking about how she lets her children use iPads at the dinner table when she doesn’t want to.
The progression of technology, computers and phones make communication a new species in modern relationships. What used to require actual phone calls and advanced notice now happens in the blink of an eye. And this fast pace may hurt your relationships.
Here are five ways to keep your technology use in check, so that it doesn't affect your love life!
Dating online can be the beginning of a long lasting relationship. According to Match.com, one out of every five new relationships starts online. However, even though technology can speed up the time it takes to find someone, it still takes time to plant the seed and let it blossom into lasting love. When you have met a special person on the Internet, it may not be as easy to begin dating in life. They may live in another city, schedules may not work or because of personal reasons, it may be more comfortable to develop love online before going offline.
There are various life factors that may lead you to turning to the Internet to Find Your Plus One. Perhaps you live in a small town with limited options. Perhaps you are new to town and don't know that many people. Maybe your career and work hours make it improbable to find someone during your free time. Online dating is a great resource to help find a companion for an event, a date or for life. 1) The Internet is OPEN - 24 Hours a Day/7 Days a Week!