Couples That Met Online
The eighteen couples who provide the data here all met first online and then offline between and They met by corresponding in writing and developed their acquaintance into friendship, dating partners and then, for some cohabitation or marriage. Open-ended questionnaires were sent by email to people who agreed to participate in the research between May, and January, l Individuals became known to the researcher in asking for subjects and colleagues and friends recommended others for a snowball-type sample. Note 1 A few responded to a notice on a website asking for volunteers. Of the thirty-four people who answered here, Including two more who replied without their counterparts, only two have I met in person, or in real life IRL or RL.
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Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. Couples who met online in the dinosaur days of the internet — like the early s — are still going strong, thanks to good scrolling and decades of developing similar values. Denise Buzy-Pucheu, now 60, met her husband, Cary Correia, now 57, in , and they have been married for 20 years. Then, when we met in person, we just clicked.