Cacioppo found that of almost 20 000 couples who took part in the survey (who’d all married between 20), 5,96 per cent of those who met online had divorced, as opposed to the 7,67 per cent of those who met “offline”.
One network of South African dating sites, Singles Net, has had almost 60 000 new people sign up to its sites in the past year – and almost 30 000 of those new users signed up in the past three months.
YOU’s dating site Looking4You and sister site Huisgenoot’s Pasmaats show similar trends – Looking4You has grown by 54 per cent and Pasmaats by 74 per cent since January.
“It’s great for women who don’t like going out alone and don’t like meeting potential dates in pubs,” Debbie says. One day, if I’m lucky, I might even meet the love of my life!
” A study by a University of Chicago psychology professor, John Cacioppo, shows that married couples who meet online are slightly less likely to get divorced than partners who met elsewhere.
Welcome to the online community for HIV positive singles dating, where you can meet other positive singles for friendship, sharing, support, relationships or love and partners.
IT SEEMS everyone’s doing it online these days – if not to find true love, at least to meet potential dating partners.