by Gena Kaufman
George Holz There's a reason we all complain about online dating even if we do it (and even though we all know someone who met their spouse through it!): It's a major hassle, and sometimes it feels like it's all for very little payoff. You've got to sift through dozens of generic, aggressively sexy, or insulting messages. You have to read profiles with long lists of "favorite" obscure French directors and indie bands, rate potential matches, and keep your own profile up-to-date. And half the time, this is all before you've even gotten to the stage of actually messaging another person. I'm tired just from talking about it.
Which is why it kind of makes sense that eHarmony is launching a personal matchmaking service for its online dating site. The service, which will cost $5,000, will entail speaking with a personal counselor, who will then sift through profiles and approach matches on your behalf.
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