The site keeps things simple, with clear, professional profiles, messaging services and search options to help you find your ideal professional partner.
Although the website isn’t exclusively for professional singles, it...
I used it about three years ago, when I tried out quite a few of the dating websites.
Yes, you have to pay to make contact, though you could go for the shortest option (think it was three days) then send a message with your email (use an anonymous one specially set up for online dating).
Guardian Soulmates is an online dating platform which will appeal to single professionals who are looking for dates in the UK.
It has a very strong London membership, with other popular areas also covered.
Long, dull night, made my excuses and said I didn't think we were suited. I went on a sport based website in a fit of misery back in the winter.
Moved into my new flat the following day, hanging the blinds and who is living directly opposite? I set up a profile huffily thinking no-one would ever want to talk to me.
It seeks to unite high earners and highly educated individuals who wish to meet like-minded people based on more than just their looks.
She'd tried a couple of other sites but they weren't good.
That was 10 years ago though - but that's probably a plus (she was 42ish then - now they live in Northern Spain). Years ago A friend would introduce you to Tom a guy she knows and at least there wasa link with someone you know But with this dating thing or any other for that matter you are meeting a c omplete stranger that neither you nor the website have ever met! Most people get to know someone over a long period e.g at work local hobby club friend before even dating Sounds like buying a car or something : could also be embarrasing.
I always feel like, as a bloke, I should be able to approach women in RL, as this is the natural way of things. There are thousands of people on the site, they are no more homogenous than MNers.
Blokes who use internet dating always strike me as social misfits, even though I must be one too as I dallied with it for a bit. Yeah, you have to pay; it's not a public service Persevere - he was my ninth date from the site.