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How technology is changing the ways we meet and fall in love.
Liesel Sharabi Ph.D.
Quitting is hard—and online dating is no exception.
Tips for connecting while maintaining social distance.
Would you trust an algorithm to find you a match?
Everything you wanted to know about textual relationships.
What people do online and what it means for the first date.
How do couples who meet online fare in marriage? Pretty well, according to one study.
Frustrated by a low response rate? Research may help improve the odds of a reply.
What you do on Facebook may reflect more about your relationship than you think.
What good is online dating if the first date doesn’t work out?
Liesel Sharabi, Ph.D., is a social scientist at Arizona State University whose work explores the role of technology in modern dating and relationships.