This article originally appeared on AlterNet. In the modern era, social media has changed the rules of relationships. The ease and access to technology has made it increasingly easy to reach out to attractive strangers, find your high school sweetheart or reconnect with a random one-off encounter - all with the click of a button. Certainly, such interactions help kick start the dating game for singles by allowing people to interact openly and freely. But for those in relationships, meandering through this ever-changing digital medium can be challenging for even the most loyal, tech-savvy partner with temptation always on the horizon and relationship rules constantly tested and stretched by advances in technology. What often starts off as a harmless flirtation online can soon fast track into a damaging, voyeuristic habit that fuels infidelity and breeds a lack of trust.
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By Deni Kirkova. The Rules by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider tried to guide a generation of 90s feminists back to the old-fashioned courting ways of the s. And now they're back in the form of The New Rules - this time with Rules for Facebook, texting and more. The authors who told you not to talk to a man first and not to talk too much are back with another helping of severe Rules for the digital age. Marketed as the 'time-tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr.
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Today, it would feel weird and straight to the point — figure out his name instead, right, so we can check him out online first. Probably just looking for a hookup? Gone are the days when the only rules to dating were to wait at least two days before calling — and not to sleep together on the first date. There are no rules anymore, so it would be nice to have some help along the way. Here is an insight to the problems with Internet dating, making it a bit easier to understand the new dating terrain — and helping you to become a much better person to meet online.
If you are a member of the millennial age group and just so happen to be single, welcome to the tennis match that is about to be your dating life. For lack of better words, dating in this age can be described as a game. I can almost guarantee any single person between the ages of 18 and 30 can relate to the following unspoken rules at least once.