Dating matches for kids
"The parents pay for the service and give them as a surprise gift for the children," said Julia Lee, a couples coordinator.
It is free to browse but costs for a three-month subscription that includes 20 dates."Honestly, I did know my husband was 'the one' as soon as I saw his picture and then started talking to him," Lavanya said.His daughter Lavanya, 31, said she left everything up to her dad."If something good comes along, just let me know," she recalled saying to him. Krishna Rayapudi, 33, that ended up becoming her husband.Brad Weisberg, 32, was set up with a woman on the site through his mother. Barbara Weisberg, his mother, made a profile for him and described why he is the perfect match. These two characteristics serve him well as he is a realtor, the co-founder of this website and CEO of Body Shop at a venture capitalist firm." Weisberg said, "of course it will be my own decision who I ultimately end up marrying, but I value and respect my mother's suggestions on women I might like to date." Similarly, Duo, a South Korean matchmaking service, helps parents find matches for their children.
"Bradley is energetic, motivated, enthusiastic, and, if I do say so myself, an attractive young man," she wrote. The site is not free and has annual fees starting at $2,000.