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Couples who meet online are likelier

Couples who meet online are likelier
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A new study has revealed that couples who met online were more likely to break-up compared to offline, whether they were in marital or non-marital romantic relationships.The study was published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

Washington:A new study has revealed that couples who met online were more likely to break-up compared to offline, whether they were in marital or non-marital romantic relationships.

According to study, additional factors besides the meeting venue can help predict whether a couple will stay together or break up, according to the author; these may differ for marital versus non-marital relationships and include the quality and duration of the relationship.

Brenda K. Wiederhold said that the time-tested qualities of trust and intimacy still remain important factors on determining whether a couple stays together, regardless of whether they meet offline or online.

The study was published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

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