Long-distance romance frequently disconnects

BALTAMOUR

May 19, 2007|By MARYANN JAMES

As college grads step into the exciting and uncertain "real" world, many are likely to face a scary prospect. It's not the job search. It's not the rent for their first apartment. It's leaving the significant other behind.

And sometimes the odds of coming out on the positive end of a long-distance relationship can seem slim.

Next week on Baltamour: Though online dating has shed its geeky image, it's still hard to figure out who's real and who's not, who's suspicious and who's hot. Share your online dating tips and stories at baltimoresun.com/baltamour

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