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  • 1. Is Social Media Giving Love A Chance?Photo by bottled_void, FlickrBy Catherine Aylward
  • 2. S o c i a l m e d i a h a scompletely changed thew a y w e a p p r o a c hromantic relationshipsPhoto by Photosteve101, Flickr
  • 3. Most dramatically, way we first gett o k n o w e a c h o t h e rPhoto by Bahman Farzad, Flickr
  • 4. Before social media, this wasa n a r d u o u s p r o c e s sPhoto by Phillie Casablanca, Flickr
  • 5. Likegettingthe nerve to approach someonePhoto by Freddie Peña, Flickr
  • 6. a conversation over dinnerPhoto by GaryPaulson, Flickr
  • 7. or a phone callPhoto by Mike Cattell, Flickr
  • 8. But now, a few clicks and you know almoste v e r y t h i n g a b o u t t h e mPhoto by Andalib, Flickr
  • 9. Photo by Catherine AylwardA l l t h e i r pictures
  • 10. Photo By Catherine Aylwarda l l t h e i r thoughts
  • 11. a l l t h e i r i n t e r e s t s
  • 12. and whatever’s left.Photo by Catherine Aylward
  • 13. Photo by Catherine AylwardGoodbye butterflies ande x c i t e m e n t ,I a l r e a d y k n o weverything about you-Allison McCann Buzzfeed“”
  • 14. Participants almost universally cited Facebook ast h e i r p r i m a r y t o o l f o r i n t e r a c t i o nearly in the experimenting stage ofromantic relationship development- Jesse Fox, in I Now Pronounce You FBO: FacebookOfficial by Tom Jacobs“”Photo by erix!, Flickr
  • 15. B u t t h i s m a y l e a d t o a p a t ho f s e r i o u s m i s j u d g m e n t –Photo by Geodesic, Flickr
  • 16. One of the differences between our self-image inreal life and online is more ability to change our look“and also mask our identity-Christine Erickson, Mashable”Photo by Tharikrish, Flickr
  • 17. misjudgment can come from how someonedecides to express themselves onlinePhoto by KellBailey, Flickr
  • 18. Taking "selfies" and posting them on social mediamight not be as vain as it seems- Jillian McHugh WAtoday“”Photo by MollyBob, Flickr
  • 19. We need to stop and think about thej u d g m e n t s w e a r e m a k i n gPhoto by LisaW123, Flickr
  • 20. S o w e c a n s e ewho a person really isPhoto by Andalib, Flickr
  • 21. Otherwise, we may lead ourselves in at ra p o f missed opportunityPhoto by Moosealope, Flickr