There are services specifically for black people, specifically for Christian singles, specifically for people looking to cheat, specifically for women looking for rich men and so on.
If these services are acceptable, I find e Harmony’s acceptable as well.
Once your match has replied, they will then send you a set of questions.
And these are just the people generous enough to share their personal experiences.
There are many, many great people who don’t fit into the mold that e Harmony can work with…but they’re still great people!
You berate yourself for disclosing your fascination with sea urchins, for ordering noodle soup and making slurping noises, or for joking about how you got the scar on your middle finger.
All this self-punishment makes you feel utterly miserable and you wonder when you became so weak, needy, or desperate.
You’re not alone if so: e Harmony claims that as many as 20% of the applicants are rejected.