At e Harmony, we know that dating as a busy professional can be a challenge; that’s why we take time getting to know you and finding out what you’re looking for in a partner.
Unlike other professional dating apps and agencies, we’ll introduce you to compatible singles who share your core values – the really important stuff that long-lasting relationships are built on.
Full Bio You will have no doubt seen those tabloid internet dating horror stories, but they are so rare it’s not even worth worrying about.
Meeting someone online is probably the safest method of dating.
In terms of what to avoid, there’s nothing that screams “undateable” quite like referring to yourself as shy, curvy or, again, happy; just 1%, 0.09% and 0.4% of women respectively are looking for these traits.
In terms of how people described themselves, you’re most likely to stumble across a man who’s honest (10%), intelligent (9%) and confident (8%), while women are honest (9%), sexy (8%) and intelligent (7%).
Character, adaptability, humour and ambition are just a few of the dimensions that we take into consideration, so you can be sure that you’ll find people who share the same priorities as you when it matters most.Plus, unlike other professional dating websites, e Harmony won’t ask you to sacrifice precious hours scrolling through hundreds of profiles of eligible singles.Instead, we’ll send you a carefully edited batch of match photos every day, tailored to you; saving you time and helping you to check out only the profiles that are completely right for you There’s plenty of choice too; e Harmony is home to thousands of professional singles looking for love online with people who share their values – they’re based across the UK and the list is growing every day.Today, 12% of 55- to 64-year-olds report ever using an online dating site or mobile dating app versus only 6% in 2013.jamie flexman Jamie is a Bournemouth based guitar teacher, freelance writer and founder of Psycholocrazy - where he aims to help others give up the boring 9-5 existence in favour of a life worth living.