A New Kind of Cupid

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    1. 1. A NEW KIND OFCUPIDBy: Tatiana IsazaHow Facebook Guides RelationshipsImage: laihiu (Flickr)
    2. 2. Mark Zuckerberg has assumed a variety of roles in ourculture;he can now add the title of computer-age CupidSource: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce you FBO: Facebook Official Image: mekimz (deviantART)
    3. 3. at least in the initial stages of getting to knowFacebookis a positive factor for young peoplein the dating pool–potential partnerSource: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce You Fbo:Facebook Official Image: m.flikie.com
    4. 4. Facebook userscan avoid thetension of havingto directly expressrelational interestin the first meetingby asking for aphone number,Rather, they canretreat to thenearest computeror smart phoneand look theperson up onFacebookImage: Lapideo (Flickr)Source: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce You FBO:Facebook Official
    5. 5. “The idea of „Facebook stalking‟ aprospective date isn‟t new”Source: Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (AndBreaking Up Too)Image: west.m(Flickr)
    6. 6. Part of me wanted us to be Facebookfriends, because somehow in my mindthat meant we were SOLIDIFYINGsomethingImage: thegraesheep.deviantart.comSource: Kelly, Mixing Dating andFacebook: Is it Smart?
    7. 7. Participants almost universally citedFacebook as their primary toolfor interaction early in theexperimenting stage of romanticrelationship development.”Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce You
    8. 8. Goodbyebutterfliesandexcitement, Ialreadyknoweverythingabout youSource: Allison McCann, How Facebook RuinedDating (And Breaking Up Too) Image: exoart (deviantArt)
    9. 9. Can I admit to knowing things you‟ve done(BASED ON YOUR PICS)BEFORE we go on dates?”Image: Destructive Compliments (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How Facebook Ruined Dating (AndBreaking Up Too)
    10. 10. DECIDING TO GO FBOMEANS LAYING YOUREMOTIONAL CARDS ONTHE TABLE FACE UPSource: Tom Jacobs, I Now PronounceYou FBO: Facebook OfficialImage: Qisur (Flickr)
    11. 11. This status is a new MILESTONEfor couplesImage: Amy Florence Pickup (Flickr)Source: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce YouFBO: Facebook Official
    12. 12. How well we negotiate electroniccommunication in our personal relationshipscanmake or break themImage: MarioMancuso (Flickr)Source: Elizabeth Bernstein, He Texts SheTweets- Are They E-Compatible
    13. 13. Why hire an engraverwhen a couple of clickswill do?Image: MinSource: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce You Facebook Official
    14. 14. If you dont include socialmedia behavior in aPRENUP (which Meyers„highly recommends‟),at least sit down andconsider specific areas ofconcernImage: Sarah ParrottSource: Bill Bradley, Is Facebook Ruining Your Relationship?
    15. 15. One‟s relationship can end upbeing “SHAPED by its actualand perceived audience”Image: www.uproxx.comSource: Tom Jacobs, I Now Pronounce YouFBO: Facebook Official
    16. 16. BeforeFacebook,ending arelationshipactuallymeant theend ofcommunicationImage: tantrum dan (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How FacebookRuined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
    17. 17. Facebook really is altering, or at least reflecting,new relationship patterns, even how people break up. Ormore accurately, don‟t break upImage: www.stockvault.netSource: Allison, McCann, How FacebookRuined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)
    18. 18. when they have their partnerPeoplefeel more PRESSURE from friends and familyto stay togetherandRELATIONSHIP STATUSIn PROFILE PICTUREImage: Charm2010 (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How Facebook RuinedDating (And Breaking Up Too)
    19. 19. Those that displayed their significant other in theirprofile picture and were listed as “in a relationship”were more likely to stay togetherand less likely to have cheated when she checkedback with them six months laterImage: thezartorialist.com (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How Facebook RuinedDating (And Breaking Up Too)
    20. 20. Over one third of DIVORCE filings in 2011contained the word "Facebook”Image: nicole.pierce.photography ♥ (Flickr)Source: Bill Bradley, Is FacebookRuining Your Relationship
    21. 21. Once you finally manage tosever offline ties, there‟s reallyno way to avoid virtual run-inswith your ex unless you‟re offof Facebook entirely.Image: StefanosP (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How Facebook RuinedDating (And Breaking Up Too)
    22. 22. Facebookgives themautomaticwindow into anex‟srelationshipSource: ScienceDaily,Facebook andRomantic RelationshipsImage:paulocoelhoblog.com
    23. 23. Facebook friends with an ex delayedemotional recovery and led to greater distressover the breakup,negative feelings, sexual desire and longing forthe EX-PARTNERImage: engintepe (Flickr)Source: Allison McCann, How FacebookRuined Dating (And Breaking Up Too)

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