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Technology is a source of support and communication as well as tension, and couples say it has both good and bad impacts on their relationships.by Rosemarie Ramsingh-Blackaby shares how a single Christian woman met her husband through online dating with e Harmony.I filled out the questionnaires which delved into every dimension of my personality, preferences, beliefs, and values. A few days later, I saw in my inbox the picks that eharmony thought I would mesh well with based on all the testing I had done. I liked the fact I only got about five matches a week.
I met my husband in college, before online dating was a “thing.” We started out as best friends and would up at the altar.However, Rosemarie did a small series of posts on the topic and has graciously allowed them to be shared here, for those that might find them encouraging and beneficial. S., 20% of those in current, committed relationships began dating online and 7% of all married couples were those who met online.Without further ado, here’s her honest Christian review of e Harmony…and the story of how a Jesus-loving, God-following Christian woman became a pastor’s wife. Meeting through a friend is still the most common way people meet their spouse (63%) but it is becoming more common for people to find their spouses through online dating.If your objective is marriage, you can easily weed out people just looking for casual dating.The whole process took me a good 3 hours to work through.