The eharmony website notes that ""an average of 438 eharmony members marry every day in the United States."" Those statistics are extremely encouraging! While their system for finding compatible matches has been created, the company continues to research relationships.
eharmony works closely with its sister site: e Harmony advice to share time-tested wisdom and new suggestions or ideas.
Warren wanted to test a theory that certain characteristics can predict compatibility and lead to more satisfying relationships, and came up with the idea for eharmony as a result.
Following three years of research and trial and error, Warren developed a model for what would become eharmony's matching algorithm, which remains the backbone of the site today.
The number “99” is often used by children to indicate to their friends that their “Parents Have Stopped Watching” – a code which adults could find useful to know.
PAL – Parents Are Listening P999 – Parent Alert NIFOC – Nude In Front Of The Computer KOTL – Kiss On The Lips420 – Marijuana182 – I hate you WTPA – Where the party at?
SOS – Someone over shoulder SMH – Shaking my head PIR – Parent in room However, there are terms with far more serious implications such as KMS (Kill Myself) even though used in jest by some teens were thought to mean “Keep My Secret” by 65 per cent of parents.
You will never worry that you are wasting timewhen it comes to eharmony.
eharmony's website and system was created by Neil Clark Warren who spent over 35 years as a marriage counselor.