Work and romance may seem like a bad combination, but as more work, and more romance, goes online, the two are meeting in interesting ways. EHarmony argues that many of the qualities that make someone a good match in a relationship are likely to have an influence on how they work. On the flip side, social networks designed strictly for professional use are being mined for their dating potential. LinkedUp is a new service that can use your LinkedIn network to look for potential dates.
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Does your marriage need therapy? In most marriages, one or both partners resist the idea of counseling. And many view therapy as a last resort — something only desperate couples need. Only 19 percent of currently married couples have taken part in marriage counseling; a recent study of divorcing couples found that nearly two-thirds never sought counseling before deciding to end the relationship. Doss, an assistant psychology professor at the University of Miami. Marriage counseling does not always work, of course — perhaps because it is so often delayed past the point of no return.