All posts tagged online dating

Featured Success Couple: Heather and Matt

I, along with my fiance, was a skeptic of dating sites. I never thought in a million years I would ever join one! Read more…

The Dateline: Getting to Love You

You and your match are well past the first date and have championed through the middle stage of getting comfortable with one another, and things are starting to get serious. We like to call this the “getting to love you” phase, and it is full of touchy subjects like discussing finances, moving in together, and of course, walking down the aisle. Based on our findings from the Singles in America study and this dating timeline, we asked singles to weigh in on these relationship firsts. Check out when they think these more serious dating and relationship monuments should occur below.



Featured Success Couple: Amy and Jason

After joining Match.com on the exact same day, we found each other on Wednesday, August 4th 2010, and decided to meet in person on August 6th. Read more…

Featured Success Couple: Sara and Adam

I don’t even know where to begin! Never been so happy with someone that I’m STILL in awe! January 4th! I had an amazing man show up on my list of people Match suggested to me as people I might be interested in. So I clicked “yes” to Adam. Read more…

Featured Success Couple: Kim and Adam

Most people don’t even know that Adam and I met online because we both were actually attending the same school. We both were law students at the University of Dayton School of Law, but he was in the class ahead of me and I had never met him. Read more…

Myths About Men and Sex Busted From The Singles in America Study

By Dr. Laura Berman,  Sex and Relationship Therapist

The results of the second annual Singles in America study have much to tell us about the current landscape of love and the attitudes of single men and women. As our society changes and evolves, so do the rules of dating and our expectations of happily ever after. Read more…

Money Can't Buy Love: Singles on the Economy by Dr. Helen Fisher

By Dr. Helen Fisher, Biological Anthropologist

“I don’t like money actually. But it quiets my nerves,” said heavyweight boxer, Joe Louis. We all like money, for many reasons. But singles today aren’t waiting for a fat wallet to win romance. Read more…

Singles are Misunderstood by Dr. Justin R. Garcia

By Dr. Justin R. Garcia

One of my closest friends recently went back on the dating market. In his last relationship, he had been involved with someone for about one year, and then found out his partner was having an affair. She had committed infidelity. Read more…

Senior blues? Think Again! Match.com's Singles in America Findings on Boomers

By Dr. Helen Fisher, Biological Anthropologist

Finally, some good news about getting older! Match.com’s second annual Singles in America study, a large-scale investigation of single men and women ages 21 to 65+, busts some engrained myths about aging.  Read more…

Deal Breakers of Singles in America by Dr. Justin R. Garcia

By Dr. Justin R. Garcia

I was recently watching (and laughing to) past episodes of the TV show 30 Rock. In one of the story lines, Liz Lemon (played by Tina Fey) causes quite a stir with her “Deal-breaker!” catch phrase. It made me wonder: when today’s singles are considering getting into a committed romantic relationship with someone, what sorts of things really would be total deal-breakers? Read more…