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From what people have been sharing with me about eHarmony is that they really care about people building quality relationships and helping you to find quality people. I guess that's probably why their personality profile questionnaire is so long.

What happens is when you fill out your personality questionnaire and they go to run a search for you, it will automatically pick up similar keyword phrases from personality questionnaires that other people have filled out using the same words or similar answers. I thought that was pretty interesting. ~X

I tried eHarmony for 3 months with the expectation that I would at least talk to someone even if I didn't connect with them. I had 4 pictures and detailed information (I am an attractive female). I sent flirts (so to speak) and never communicated with anyone. At least on the other sites you can communicate early on to decide if you are compatible or not. I would not advise that any of my friends use this site. ~Karen

I think eHarmony is great. I love the way they are set up and how they match you through so many areas. It is a little pricey, but I've been matched with some really great people. I've heard that it ranges, but in a month I've been sent over 100 matches, and I've really hit it off with one guy in particular, who is honestly a perfect match for me. I would recommend the site to everyone. ~Katie

I tried e-harmony and met the man that I've been seeing for nearly two years there, so I gotta say that I'm a fan. Here's what I liked:

Very good opportunities to maintain your anonymity for as long as you'd like. You can communicate through e-harmony without giving away your email or phone number or even a photo. All anyone knows is what you list as your hometown, your profession, your height, your age, and your first name or nickname.

The initial survey takes a pretty long time to complete, but I think it does a decent job of setting up the system to find some good matches for you. It's not perfect. I was once matched with someone who specifically stated 'no dogs' while I listed my dog as a 'must have'. I think it just cued on the word 'dog'.

It's less meat-markety than other sites like Match.com. Your matches are sent to you because the system picks them; you're not cruising photos. And it doesn't ask for your 'sign' and whether or not thunderstorms and tattoos are 'turn-ons'.

The quality of the people that I chose to meet was decent. I met some nice guys. We didn't all hit it off, but you can't expect that. ~X

My experience was a good one. The early communication is structured so you don't feel too lost and I really found all the communications were opportunities for self-reflection (if you take the time for it). I think I learned a lot about myself and what I wanted from a partner by going through all these electronic exchanges. I had set a wide search radius (about 300mi). Over about six months, I was sent about 200 matches. I went through the process and met up with three guys, one of whom has been in my life since May 2005. I'm not sure that we'd put ourselves up as a poster couple, but we both recommend the site to others. ~M

I really liked my experience with eHarmony as well. Since I have the counseling background, the personality matching seemed a much better way to get matches. You don't have look around for people. I really believe that personality and values are very important in finding a compatible mate. The structured communication is good as well as how you can set your privacy settings.

I communicated with lots of guys but never met any until last month. He and I are still seeing each other. Some of the guys and I have remained email pals even though we've never met. I think part of the not meeting issue was the area of the country I was in at the time. The guy I'm with now is from my neck of the woods. ~P



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