For more information, check out the introductory post: https://tinyurl.com/LOVEanon. So, just stay tuned for updates about it over the next few weeks!Another announcement is that I finally set up a Google account for LOVEanon.A blog about love, relationships, and dating with a Lebanese twist.The purpose of this blog is not to give advice, but rather to connect relationship research, life anecdotes, experiences, and resources to you in a convenient way that can help understand who we love, why we love them, what we look for in a partner, and how we can create better, stronger, and more meaningful relationships. It's been a beautiful few weeks here in Beirut and throughout Lebanon, and I'm really excited for a few things. I'm pretty sure I've told everyone that I am almost done for about two months now. I just need to finish up the edits of one chapter, then it's two short chapters left to edit, and off to the committee.So, if you ever want to e-mail me, do so at this address: LOVEanon [email protected] you can tell from the title, I want to build onthe last post about dating in Lebanon, and how hard it is to meet someone. As I talked about previously, it's hard to meet someone in Lebanon because of the limited possibilities and opportunities. Technically, it's practically limitless, and all you need to use it is a connected device and at least a hint of digital media literacy.
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