But what I am saying is, the unavoidable progression of relationships is something that is far to easily ignored, for how dangerous they can be.
The name of the site is a portmanteau of “Glee” and “Eden” (referring to the biblical “Garden of Eden”). Gleeden’s community is open to adults of all relationship statuses (married, separated, divorced, co-habitating, single) and sexual orientations (heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual).
Think of it as more of a warning, than a “hammer and judge.” This article is written from a long-distance perspective, with only ONE story to back it.
Of course there are other situations that may vary. The heart behind this article is to bring light to a topic rarely talked about, and open the inter-webs for healthy discussion on the matter. While Audrey and I were weathering our long-distance relationship and growing further apart, I was hanging out with this girl almost every day, and we were inevitably growing closer together.
Gleeden is available in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Gleeden is primarily marketed to married men and women.
In 2010, Gleeden opened to the public in Australia and New Zealand. The age of the average Gleeden member ranges from 25 to 45 years old, and the majority of its members have completed more than 18 years of education.