BOSTON.COM - July 3 - As a professional matchmaker for eLove, Brenan McGarrigle claims to have helped facilitate over 600 marriages in her 29 years on the job. eLove, formerly named The Right One and Together Dating, has an online registration process, followed up by a detailed questionnaire and one-on-one consulting. eLove members pay a fee of $3K and up to join.
Q: How have online services changed the dating landscape?
A: It’s more about quantity than quality.
Q: How do you tactfully give advice when needed if someone has some big turnoff?
A: When leaving the office, I give them a little sticky note and tell them to put it on their mirror. I might write, “Get a haircut that makes you look like you live in this century".
Q: How did you meet your husband?
A: It might sound a little contradictory, but we met at a bar during homecoming.
by Cindy Atoji Keene
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