Aware that e Harmony – the dating site known as most successful for marriages – has a 90-minute questionnaire, I started here.
At .99 for a one-month trial, I seriously hoped this was worth it.
Over in London, it seemed my girls were having similar problems.
Much of the original stigma seems to be slipping away, and according to the Online Dating Association, online dating is now the most common way in which relationships in the UK get started.
I would sign up to both secular and exclusively Christian websites, both paid and free, adding in the latest craze of ‘hook-up’ dating apps.
On every dating site or app I tried, I would clearly state that I was a Christian, and that spirituality was ‘very important’ to me.
After the painstaking process of answering 120 questions, I finally began to get matched.
I had selected men in the age range 28–41, and was paired with quite a few.But I was slightly disappointed with the options I was being given: too old, too young; too invested in believing in ‘the one’ rather than the best ones.