In an article on the Daily Mail, it mentions that Psychologist Emma Kenny believes that online dating breeds impatience and insecurity.

study, which, among other iteresting findings, shows a drastic increase in friends with benefits (FWB) relationships from 2011 to 2012.

According to the study, a whopping 47 percent of singles had a friends with benefits relationship in 2012, up from a meager 20% the year before. Many of these arrangements are turning into long-term relationships. According to the study, increasingly, women are asking for a commitment of monogamy before hopping between the sheets.

One wouldn't notice that he had no hair at first glance.

He copied and pasted the same email to many women waiting to see who would reply.

As a dating coach, my phone has been ringing and the texts are flying back and forth the past week from people who are thinking of calling it quits in the love department. Singles and couples tend to reevaluate their relationship statuses before the year ends. Let your significant other know what's on your list and start off by telling him or her what you like most about them and your relationship.

When your friends are changing their status to "In a Relationship" or "Engaged," which you will see flooding your Facebook feed, you'll either suffer from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) or FOGO (Fear of Getting Out). While you may be angsting that your relationship is on its way out, your significant other might things are going well. Now it's time to schedule a conversation when both of you are present and prepared to talk. Compliment them on the way they're a great parent, or admire how loyal and devoted they are to their careers. Lots of couples say they need a break, but let's face it, a break is often just a breakup waiting to happen.

Wishing you much love and joy in cyberspace, or wherever you may roam.

When one of my favorite radio stations, WCCO in Minneapolis, called me to discuss the 'Tinderella Syndrome' and wanted my take if women weren't able to approach and meet men offline because of their addiction to Tinder and mobile dating apps, I thought the concept made no sense to me at all.

This number is up to 37 percent in 2012, compared to only 25 percent in 2010. According to the study, online dating ranks number one for meeting singles with a third of singles having dated someone they met online.

Meanwhile, 20 percent of singles met their most recent first date online whereas only seven percent met the old fashioned way, at a bar. According to the study, the struggling economy doesn't dramatically affect dating patterns. To Google or not to Google Almost half of the women reported doing their social homework before going on a date.

Here are some of the biggest lies and how to detect them. While I wish those who were married would head over to Ashley Madison, instead of Match and Ok Cupid, they may not want to tip off others that they're looking for an adulterous affair.