Internet dating and relationships
It doesn't need to be ' Hey, are you single and what's your star sign?
'"Ghosting, kittenfishing and orbiting: Being across modern dating lingo isn't just about keeping up with the cool kids, it can also be healing and empowering to know what happened to you has a label.
If you're not a fan of dating apps or sites, how do you find love in 2018?
Apps like Tinder and Grindr have their advantages — you're reaching a wider pool of people quickly and can filter out potential duds.
While many people have met and formed long-term relationships over the Internet, there are other advantages as well.
Meeting new flames at work, in bars and through sports or clubs was also popular.
So if you've given up on apps, or never tried them, here are three ways to up your chances of finding someone you like.
Ms Chan says the more detailed you can be, the better: where would you like your potential partner to live, in what type of house, do they have a dog, what type of dog, do they like wine or beer, do they watch sport, do they have few friends or lots of friends?
Recently, Queensland police warned that dating sites were "creating a problem", by enabling predators to target potential victims.
If you're already wary of online dating, the good news is meeting someone in person isn't out of the question.
In addition, services such as Meetup.com, museum memberships and volunteer groups frequently feature discussion groups and post events online.