Match.com is the largest online dating site in the U.S. and among the largest in the world. Tune in to learn some valuable lessons from their co-founder.
Many of us have found true love on dating sites, but many more of us haven’t and probably never will.
His love for me and my children was the best medicine our family needed.
When marketing campaigns tell us we are flawed, relationship and romance coach Barry Selby tells us to embrace the features that make us unique.
While “hook-up culture” is getting a lot of attention, there are deeper problems with online dating. But it isn’t hopeless.
It’s all a crap shoot. Photos lie. Profiles tell half-truths. And some of us, interested in actually establishing a relationship, spend time in the backwaters of the game sorting through “more like her” …
Don’t be fooled by their photos, their profile statements, or their fluent email banter. Go for the face-to-face meeting with as little hassle and energy as possible.
No more discrimination against the “B”s of the LGBT set on Match.com.
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