There's a universal desire to discover love and it can be hard to find, but that's where we step in — we narrow down the world of possibilities to a personal A-list of meaningful introductions that get singles closer to finding the one.
Clinical psychologist and marriage counsellor, Dr Neil Clark Warren, has spent more than 35 years applying scientific methods to understand what makes couples happy in their relationships. And in 1997, he had come to believe there was a better way to find love rather than letting luck determine your fate so he launched eHarmony.com, a dating site that deeply matches singles based on compatibility.
The relationship experts at eHarmony’s headquarters in Los Angeles studied thousands of couples, working to understand what creates a happy, long-lasting relationship. As a result, it became clear that certain key characteristics can predict compatibility and lead to more satisfying relationships.
Unlike other dating sites, eHarmony requires its members to complete an in-depth questionnaire whose results are used to determine singles’ personality at the core to deeply match based on key areas of compatibility.