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This is known as the similarity hypothesis, or the “birds of a feather flock together" effect.
However, this similarity was not shown to contribute to relationship satisfaction.
But, she got some free stuff out of the deal at his expense.
By virtue of being older, online daters may experience this problem to a lesser extent.It is possible that, at this age, people possess greater self-insight (i.e., they know themselves better) and have more defined and mature criteria for potential partners than their younger and less experienced selves.For instance, couples who met in high school or college may change drastically and in opposite directions from each other by the time they reach their 30’s.The guy needs to assess the situation, weigh his odds, approach her and if not immediately rebuffed, he needs to impress her, entertain her and spend money on her.
Then after all that, he may find out she wants someone taller, makes more money, etc. In a previous post I summarized statistics showing that online dating is not only prevalent, but also slightly more successful than offline dating in producing stable (i.e., less likely to result in divorce) and satisfying long-term romantic partnerships. There is no definitive research on this question, but we can certainly engage in some informed speculations.