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Re: I am a taiwanese girl, I have a question.

Postby ehophi » 15 Jan 2016, 00:52

zender wrote:Maybe. Sometimes I just add numbers to things I make things up. It makes them sound better.

Here's one link.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrymagid/ ... -split-up/

According to this:
a-third-of-recently-married-couples-met-online-and-theyre-more-satisfied-and-less-likely-to-split-up

35% of couples married between 2005 and 2012 met online . . .

The survey also found that marriages that began online “were slightly less likely to result in a marital breakup (separation or divorce) and were associated with slightly higher marital satisfaction among those respondents who remained married.” Just under 6% (5.96%) of those who met their spouse online had divorced or separated compared to 7.67% of those who met offline.
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There used to be a girl on this very site that I had a thing for . . . I never pursued it, but I've always kinda wondered if Loretta was my soul mate. :pray:


Now that I know that eHarmony sponsored the study, I'm a bit skeptical about the study itself.

But, commonsense objections aside, I also have a personal bias against eHarmony which stems from this video (around 3:00).
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