Today, I will go through some of the big changes and trends I’ve noticed in the dating and relationship world, as I compare things from 2007-2010 to today, 2017.
Some of these trends will be obvious to the typical person, though many will not be.
Since the early 1990s, online dating sites and social communities have soared. Among single Americans, Reuters and the Washington Post report 40 million have tried online dating.
To find the most current information, please enter your topic of interest into our search box. 6, 2012 -- A new study finds that Internet dating sites help us get together, but they probably don’t make us any luckier in love, despite some companies’ claims to the contrary.If your significant other was moving abroad for college, it meant an end to a 3 year old relationship.There was no Skype, email or even cell phones to keep in touch with someone that lived past the state line.Today’s technology has reared its head into pretty much everything, from the way we communicate with each other to how we do business. How has technology changed the way we date or meet new people?Well, if you ask the matchmakers, modern technology has impacted dating dramatically.Besides that, your prospective dating partners were just limited to people who lived in a drivable radius.