If you've recently ended a relationship with someone you've met online, it's more likely than not that you'll be taking a peek at his or her profile to see their online activity. At Plenty of Fish, they surveyed over 9,000 of their users between the ages of 20-40 to find out what their holiday dating habits were.
It's natural to be curious, but it's a habit that I urge you to break. POF found that 82 percent of the women were actually checking the Facebook statuses of guys they were dating to see what they were doing when they weren't around.
It's the perfect time to start filling your date card, but how do you coordinate holiday dating without feeling overwhelmed and a bit anxious?
My biggest recommendation is to look at online dating and flirting on Facebook as ways to expand your social circle.
All you can control is how you feel about it and what you'd like to do to add more positive people in your life.
He or she is an ex for a reason, so please knock them off their pedestal.
Think of it as meeting new friends at the holidays and enjoying the company of someone you like, not necessarily someone you're about to fall in love with.
Online Love is a year-round event People meet online and fall in love all year long.
I know of another couple that met online on e Harmony on Valentine's Day who are now happily married.
They're filled with excitement from party invitations, stress of extra expenses, and the questions we get from family and friends about our relationship status, which tugs at our emotions in a big way. Still, I know how tough it is at the holidays being single. I've watched the posts from others on Facebook who constantly share their coupledom with everyone.
" These are common questions that cause many singles to pull the covers over their heads. They're logging on for love to find someone to keep them warm during the holidays, or perhaps even attend a holiday party with.
Just yesterday I learned of a couple fell in love at first sight that met on Match.
She hadn't had a serious relationship in over 10 years and now they're smitten. You'll be juggling dates, canceling dates, rescheduling dates, it's exhausting, but it can be so very rewarding as it has been for millions of others. You'll feel anxious if you see him or her logging on looking for your replacement.