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New Year's resolutions aren't just a myth. While some of us are resolving to exercise regularly or count calories, many are
If you're on the lookout for a spouse, ladies and gentlemen, look no further than your computer. According to a latest study, couples who met online have higher levels of marital satisfaction and are less likely to split up than those who were first introduced in offline venues.
I think Internet love is possible for people like me, but only when it's never intended to be love in the first place. The reason being that many dating sites traffic in nothing more than something fleeting -- a snog, a shag, a couple of beers -- without anyone going in insistent on marriage.