I interview a client to get an idea about personality, values and interests in order to find a good match.
Ialso use my intuition and gut feeling. Its a match! I interviewed a man who mentioned that he liked auto racing, and remembered a woman who told me that loved racing, too.
The site is different from other dating services because it's a "modern twist on an old fashioned way of dating." Clients register by filling out an online form, answering questions about their interests, lifestyle, references, religious background, and level of observance and other criteria they might look for in another person.
A matchmaker then contacts the clients to establish a personal relationship through phone calls, Skype, emails, and face-to-face interviews.
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Saw You At Sinai focuses on but is not limited to helping Traditional, , and Modern Orthodox Jewish singles find an appropriate mate.Dorevitch, a former executive director for Hillels of Illinois, met her husband through a matchmaker."I know what it's like to go through the dating process and I also worked with matchmakers," she said. "People work so much more, so many longer hours than they used to. "Chicago has so much going on in terms of Jewish life…it's also intimidating.This is a great time to give it a chance, to see if the online dating scene will work for them," she said. This opera and museum fan founded and is president of BESHERT (it means person destined to be your beloved in Yiddish) to help connect young Jewish professionals.In turn, the matchmaker shows the client's profile and photograph to potential matches.Clients accept or decline a potential match through a confidential system. I always tell my clients to choose a soul mate based on values, not just interests.Interests can be developed but your value system mostly stays the same. Todays Chicago Woman Photo my Michael Richard, We offer a highly personalized and easy way of meeting new people through our introduction service."They don't know how to read body language anymore…For many people, a relationship is what they build on Facebook," Dorevitch said. "People really do want to be married and they really want to be connected …For other singles, "there was a time when everything was getting put on hold because of societal pressures to build a career first … [They're] looking for a partner for life that they can grow with and have a family with and have good communications with …