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Of the 147 couples who took part in the study, 61 per cent said their relationships had high levels of these three components.The researchers also found that men were more likely to find true love on the internet than women.Companionate love - a relationship with high levels of intimacy and commitment, but lower levels of passion - was the next most frequently experienced form of love, exhibited by 16 per cent of the study group.Dr Jeff Gavin, who led the team, said: 'To date, there has been no systematic study of love in the context-of relationships formed via online dating sites.
However, the dating pool is less than limited, because I'm the only "out" transgender girl in my school. Then unexpectedly, I get a text from an old friend. Because we were so young, I don't count him as my first real boyfriend. He flirtingly insisted that I bit him and that I tried to convince him my braces were to blame. It felt so awkward communicating with a teenage boy. During one of our conversations he asked me on a date. After all, he was a cis-boy; but just like in the past, he didn't care. This wasn't supposed to happen to me and I was out of my comfort zone. But he's one of those special human beings who looks at a person through his eyes and not those of his peers.
At the same time, the under-35s were more likely to know someone who had been on a date or had a long-term relationship with someone they met through online dating.
The survey also found that and Dating Direct were the most popular dating websites.
Previous research has shown that couples who get to know each other via emails are more likely to see each other again after their first date.
Two years ago, a study by Bath University revealed that those who met on dating websites were 94 per cent more likely to see each other after their first meeting than other couples.