Divorce rate online dating
According to UChicago News, who reported on the study: Marriage breakups were reported in about 6 percent of the people who met online, compared with 7.6 percent of the people who met offline.Marriages for people who met online reported a mean score of 5.64 on a satisfaction survey, compared with a score of 5.48 for people who met offline.
Paul’s final comments are less scientific and more in line with the advice I would give as a dating coach.She says not to get bogged down by all of the choices and become too distracted to commit to one person, especially if you’re looking for a committed relationship."What I'd encourage is once you find a partner, delete your profile and give it some time," she said.After all, there are also other factors at play (aside from easily measurable ones like age and income) when it comes to online dating.For instance, people who use the Internet to try and find Mr. Right get to be more choosy picking out people with specific traits they want in a partner.