Irish professional dating agencies
Many single people in their 30s and older find bars and clubs hostile environments in which to meet somebody, and can find themselves increasingly isolated and lonely as the rest of their friends pair off, settle down and have children.
She assumed he was waiting for friends or a partner but noticed over the course of the night that he was still standing there alone and realised he was trying to meet somebody.His job in computer software meant he worked long shifts and he had no “wingmen” to join him on the regular dating scene.He’s been on five dates with five women through Intro, and even though “they were all lovely”, things “fizzled out”.“Many of the guys who come to us are sick of being rejected in bars after building up the nerve to chat to a girl. And women want somebody with pure motives, not to discover six months down the line that the man of their dreams is actually married with three kids or is not interested in settling down,” she says.Another couple who set up their own matchmaking service four years ago are Jennifer Haskins and Bill Phelan of Two’s Company (twoscompany.ie) who met through a dating agency.
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Plus I think the cost of joining should put off the 'weirdos'/married men? There is going to be a very shallow pool of people willing to pay 400 euro (or capable given the current economic situation we're in) to avail of this service I think.