Couples Who Meet Online Are More Likely to Break Up

Couples Who Meet Online Are More Likely to Break Up

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Finding someone to date online seems pretty easy for most people . . . and if you swipe enough photos to the right on Tinder SOMEONE’S going to swipe you back. But does all that make it TOO easy?

A new study out of Michigan State University found couples who meet online or through a dating app are more likely to break up than couples who meet the old-fashioned way.

The theory here is that it’s too easy to meet someone online . . . so people put less thought into whether they really have long-term potential with someone before they dive into a relationship.

And in a different study, about one in three people between 18 and 25 have had SEX with someone they met through a dating app like Tinder.

But . . . it’s not particularly GOOD sex. When people rated the sex they had with someone from Tinder versus sex with someone they met offline, the Tinder sex got lower scores in every category: Duration, excitement, comfort, and satisfaction.

 

(Playboy / Daily Mail)