Matchmaking is completely private and confidential. When you work with a professional matchmaker, your personal and private information stays in the privacy of the matchmaking database.
Your photos are only exchanged with "approved matches."Depending on which matchmaker you choose to work with, you may be set up on a very thoughtful, well-selected and perfectly-screened blind date. There is tremendous trust between a matchmaker and his or her client.
It's not surprising to me that I'm seeing a surge of single Millennials who are seeking alternatives to online dating in order to meet someone special.
A recently published article by the Pew Research Centre quotes, "The share of 18-to-24-year-olds who use online dating has roughly tripled from 10 percent in 2013 to 27 percent today."In addition, "One-third of the people who have used online dating have never actually gone on a date with anyone they've met on those sites." It's clear that Millennials are finding it more acceptable to try online dating as a way to meet someone.
With online dating, however, meeting someone face-to-face does not always happen that fast.
Many give up with online dating sites because they get nowhere.
Matchmaking has a much gentler, more informed and more civil way of dealing with rejection.A matchmaker can actually introduce you to someone he or she has screened and qualified.This is way better than swiping right in the hopes of finding your soulmate.However, there isn't anyone making sure that those answers are accurate.One of the most annoying and frustrating experiences with online dating is meeting someone face-to-face who looks nothing like his or her posted profile photo.