It happens to a lot of us. If you feel you have been burned once or twice you may now be a bit shy about making a commitment to someone new. You may be cautious at the least. There is just not enough time to waste on another bad relationship or marriage.
I live in a small town where many people come on from all over the U.S., some stay a few months, some a few years others only visit a few days. A lot of them have turned to eharmony.com to help find a partner. Many have been rejected by the company. A few of them tell me they have been going on dates for a couple of years and have not found any one they like, though all of the candidates were supposed have been highly compatible with them. Then there are the very tiny few who gotten married within a few days of meeting because eharmony.com told them they were compatible. But are they actually compatible or just low maintenance people who are not likely to get a divorce if the relationship turns a tad sour?
All in all, at least eharmony.com is making an effort to help folks find partners on a rational scale rather than the usual emotional roller coaster ride.
So what happens to all those who are rejected by eharmony.com and those who have learned that the prospects they are sent are not exactly compatible, just calm and with rather low potential for fiery outbursts or making dramatic changes in their life. What if you are energetic, a bit emotional and like a changing life style? You probably will not get help from eharmony.com.
There is hope. Look over my blog (tarottruth.wordpress.com). Evaluate if my program may be of use to you. If you feel it will be useful go to the FAQ page for instructions, you may be in your highly compatible relationship very soon. By this time next year and the year after, and the year after, and the year after, you will celebrate the peace and calm of a compatible relationship.
Source by Richard McDonald