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An intelligent, attractive and sociable woman in her early thirties, she initially thought dating websites were for losers.
“But, as I got older, the number of eligible single men I was meeting through friends decreased.
With an estimated five million Britons logging on to find love, friendship or fun, the stigma attached to using dating websites is finally disappearing.
My friend Maria is a typical convert to online dating.
Parship matches people using "a scientific personality test", while e Harmony ( offers "a patented compatibility matching system".
Whatever your interests, there's bound to be a site for you: Muddy Matches ( for anyone who leads a welly boot lifestyle); Classical Partners ( for those who believe that music is the food of love); a website for pet lovers ( and, of course, the Telegraph's own dating site Kindred Spirits ( As technology improves, searching for your perfect match online is becoming more sophisticated.
Alarmingly, Harding predicts a time when first dates will occur via a brutal-sounding video call, installed on your i Phone.
They make an attractive couple and it takes ony a few minutes to realise how well suited they are.
Tigger hadn’t had a serious relationship for 10 years when she decided to give Telegraph Dating a go.
“I was working in the City doing long hours, and like many professional females, didn’t have time to meet people.
And they won't simply be looking to ward off temporary boredom or loneliness – one in five online daters will marry someone they meet online.
Daters can join a cash-and-carry-style site such as Match ( the biggest in Britain, or opt for more personalised matchmaking skills.isn’t it time to start taking control of your love life?