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27-Jan-2015 01:28 by 6 Comments

Gree sex dating - do any dating websites actually work

and e Harmony both play on the same field, so to speak, so if you are thinking of signing up to an online site, how do you choose between them?

Let’s take a look at e Harmony and Match to figure out why one is more suitable for you than the other.

e Harmony started in 2000 in the USA and opened up in the UK in 2008.

The site is based on finding truly compatible matches for people to engage in long-term relationships.

The site asks every user to fill in a very long, exceedingly detailed questionnaire.

These questions are the result of over 35 years clinical psychology experience plus a further three years of research and development.

Dr Neil Clark Warren worked with couples for almost four decades and became aware that extreme differences could cause irrevocable splits between couples over time, no matter how strong their initial bond was.

He used his wealth of experience in conjunction with Dr Galen Buckwalter’s work to come up with the premise of the site and scientific formula that endeavours to create the best matches for successful long term relationships.

Given the scientific background of the site it is not too surprising that the website as a whole has an almost clinical appearance to it; a strong sense of calming therapy being not too far away to analyse your feelings and ‘diagnose your best connections’ almost!

e Harmony is currently available in, as well as the USA and UK, Canada, Brazil and Australia, and they have plans to expand even further afield.

A unique questionnaire is formulated for each new country of operation in order to ensure the best possible matches according to the culture and people that will be using the site.

is the grand old person of the dating site world, having started way back in the infancy of the internet practically, in 1995.

The site’s managers are certain that they are responsible for large numbers of marriages but are unable to provide statistics, as this was not a routine practice back then!