Modern mating: How the internet has changed dating and the search for a partner
In just twenty years, the internet has revolutionized the search for a romantic partner. One third of marriages in the US begin online in some fashion and studies say such couples stay together longer, and are happier, than those that begin offline. Seniors, people in rural areas, religious minorities, and same-sex couples all benefit from the new dating dynamic. But there are some drawbacks, including the potential for social isolation. Plus, learn the English phrase "lend itself."