Why do people care so much about where couples met,will it have any negative effect on their relationship?
I don't think it is important, its the love which counts.
My wife and I met on eHarmony, and we've been happily married for 6 years. I don't think it matters where you meet, as long as you get along and enjoy the other person.
According to me, there are two parts to this issue. First - Why do people care so much about where the couple met - I think, it should not matter at all as to what people care because it is not them who are going to be in that relationship. As long as the couple is in love and is happy nothing else matters.
Second - Any negative effect on relationships will never be or should never be because of other people. It is the couple who can decide how to go about the relationship and no one else can affect it.
I don't think it will have a negative impact. What counts is the heart.
I met my soon to be ex husband at a party. My boyfriend and I met in a Yahoo chat room 4 years ago. He moved to Florida and we just hung out as friends, now 4 years later we are living together. It shouldn't matter where someone met. Wow E-harmony works congrats on the hook up and marriage.
Thanks! We immediately clicked and since we already knew we had the same goals, likes and dislikes, not much to fight about!
Yeah,we all share the same belief and i wish people would stop making a fuse about it cos honestly it's no big deal what matters is the love.
I met my wife in my current job while she worked their part time as a second job trying to make ends meet.We had to keep it secret since coworkers who are dating are not suppose to work together.Now married ten beautiful years who would of guessed it .I was too busy with my own work to find a relationship.I was a workaholic who wanted nothing more than to work my life away.Dreaming of a bigger and better life. I would of missed out if it wasn't for my wife. If it was chance,fate,destiny or God.I know my life has never been better.So whereever you meet be glad you did and make the rest of your life matter the most.
Facebook love is a very interesting topic, there is a music track in nigeria called facebook love, the story lyrics was about a lady that faked her identity on facebook, and with that profile, she met a guy that she fell in love with, but it was too late for her because she had lied to the guy. Where you find love doesnt matter, the main point is genuineness of true love.
@Ade, you made a very strong point. I so much love that.
Facebook is so dangerous for relationships, the amount of jealousy and the trust issues that come with it make it tough. If someone in a relationship is cheating facebook typically will rat them out eventually, it's hard to hide your business when it's published to the world in real time
Well,it depends on the people involved,if they love and trust each other not even facebook can come between them.Well it's a bad place for cheaters,no hiding place for a gold fish.
Lol,nobody wants to go in search of a gold fish but when it decides to hide,it must be fished out
I met my partner on Secondlife and been together for 4 years, I think sometimes being online gives us more opportunities to meet someone that we are more compatable with. No various couples that have met online and married and very happy.
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