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We chatted to three such couples who met online and have no regrets.Started out as friends * Justin, 34, and * Alex, 33, met through the proximity distance app Badoo.As a dating coach, and one who has spent two decades helping singles find love online, a day doesn’t go by that I don’t hear a heartwarming story of someone who found the love of their life through digital dating (or at least had a date they enjoyed).Here are a few stories to give you hope that you, too, can find someone special to ride into the digital sunset with.She assumed he hated what she had written, so he had backed off.Fortunately Steve took a leap of faith and contacted Diane again when he returned, and she was elated.She complimented his work, which led to a Skype conversation where they discussed art and why she moved to New York. Cora waited for 50 minutes, and almost left, before Will arrived.
“I realised for the first time that I didn't want him to leave, I enjoyed spending time together and having him around. She was at school, waiting for a photo processing to happen.Steve mentioned he’d be traveling for a few weeks out of the country for business and they needed to delay getting together for their first date. She didn’t hear from him for a month, and she figured he found someone else he was interested in.But what actually happened was her last email to him somehow timed out or went astray, so he thought she was the one who stopped communicating.Cora and Will met on Craigslist, but not on the dating section — they found love on the "free stuff" section."I'd just moved to New York and didn't have any furniture. Will posted free movie tickets that he won online," says Cora.During their email conversation about the tickets, she noticed in Will's email signature a link to his graphic art and illustration website.