She’s been featured and quoted over 1000 times in the media including: ABC, BBC, Boston Globe, CBS, CNET, CNN, Cosmopolitan, E!Entertainment, Elle, FOX News, Glamour, Good Day LA, Good Morning America, Hallmark Channel, Daily Beast, Daily Mail, Los Angeles Times, Mashable, Men’s Health, NBC, New York Post, New York Times, NPR, PC World, Psychology Today, Redbook, Sydney Morning Herald, Time.com, Today Show, USA Today, USA Weekend, Washington Post, WIRED, Woman’s Day, Women’s Health, and Woman’s World.“The expectations are too great and no-one is able to fulfil them.That's not what a relationship is about.” Instead, Hegmann suggests, learn to recognise that nobody is perfect – and that you need to find a relationship that works for your life stage.
Hegmann agrees that there's a stereotype that access to online dating makes people less likely to work through their problems or settle on any one person, but argues that it's false.
“Most normal people will find that this is wrong after about five or six months.
“People who tend to seek another partner after six weeks instead of working things out with the person they just met, will do this in real life also.” 4.
That broadly matched what their fellow EU citizens said they were looking for.
“In the end, everyone needs love and is looking for love,” is Hegmann's conclusion.