I've signed up for eHarmony, but haven't logged on in over a year. I didn't pay for anything. I'm good friends with an ex that was rejected on eHarmony, I thought he was lying, so I applied while at his place and was immediately accepted. I'm still curious as to what he said when he tried to sign up.
I'm debating this very thing. Mainly because I don't go out much at all. Most of my friends are married or boo'd up and I'm not real keen on going to a club/bar alone. One of my goals (don't believe in resolutions) this year is to get out more and I'll be incorporating online dates into the mix.
You should use all avenues possible. Online dating is great if you have a busy schedule or if you are lazy. You can sit back and allow the website to do the work for you 24/7.
Don't look at Online Dating as the only solution. Odds are you will bump into somebody in the line at Starbucks. But if you want to date or get out of the house, and not depend on DA CLUB. Then it is a nice change of pace.
Just don't think of every guy/girl as your future spouse.
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