In fact, I think he would say it's a perfectly valid way to meet people.e Harmony, for example, claims on their homepage to be responsible for 2 percent of marriages in the United States today.I, on the other hand, think it's just because they are encouraging people to get out of their shell a bit and go and meet new people.I believe Sid would give two thumbs up to dating websites so long as you are realistic about what you're getting yourself into.
Match also allows you to browse profiles on your own by commonalities.
Why actually go out and risk face-to-face awkward encounters with strangers when you can browse the internet and discreetly check people out without their ever knowing?
And better yet, you don't have to ask them if they like the same books or movies you do -- it's all there on display!
If we do so without ever having met the person face-to-face, then it seems like a recipe for failure.
I can't imagine Sid saying it's a bad idea to try and meet new people. However, I don't think it takes a man on the path to enlightenment to know that a romance fueled by wishful thinking and set expectations is not going to be a lasting one.
They would say it's because of their advanced matching capabilities.