Online Dating: Answer to Increasing Divorce Rate in the World?

For more than a decade, an increase in the divorce rate has been an issue which seems to be out of solutions. It became a disease with no medicine to fight it. There’s a great deal about what the actual divorce rate is in the United States. Some say it’s around 50 percent, others say it’s nowhere close to that. Some incorrectly believe that the 50 percent number comes from a simple comparison of the number of weddings and divorces in a given year, yet no serious scholar or demographer has ever measured divorce rates that way.

Online Dating, Angels of Passion

But there is still a chance to somehow rectify the increasing rate of divorce in the big apple. It’s online dating.

For those who have been affected because of divorce, online dating is a sure answer. This system enables someone to meet prospects for a new marriage.

The United States has an average of 40-50 percent of married couples who get divorced. This dilemma became a widespread problem. The children get affected a lot.

There are a lot of matchmaking agencies which specializes in helping men find true love for the second time. Some of these include: Angels of Passion and AFA (A Foreign Affair), which functions all throughout the world, whether they be in Asia, Europe, or from those Latin Countries; Anastasia, an international dating site known for matching Western men to Eastern Women.

A lot of stories have been told about online dating sites as an answer to the increasing divorce rate. This is indeed an instrument to satisfy one’s yearning for a second chance in romance.

So what’s your side in relation to this issue? In your own opinion, will online dating really help a divorced individual find true love again? Drop your comments below and let us hear from you.

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