Sometimes, it's not a match made in heaven.
When it comes to finding love, there is no question that there is someone out there for everyone. Now that there are so many ways to meet the right person and make a strong connection that lasts, dating has become a bit less stressful (again, a little bit). In fact, a lot of people turn to matchmakers to help them find the one. We all know that there are times when certain people just don't click. But if you're in a situation where you can't get along with the person who's doing the matchmaking, things can get really intense, really fast. Let's be honest, it doesn't come as a surprise that there are people out there whose attitude makes them a bit hard to get along with.
If you've ever found yourself in this position, you need to hear this. When Matchmakers Paul C Brunson, Peggy Wolman, Jasbina Ahluwalia, Michelle Jacoby, and Marla Martenson talk about different ways to deal with the tension, we have to admit that their advice is totally spot on. For starters, not being able to see eye to eye with the person that you are supposed to be working with can seriously affect your chances of finding love. You can't really expect your matchmaker to be able to match you with the right person if they can't get a sense of who you are. After all, they have to be able to vouch for your personality and likability. Having to deal with each other in an already hostile environment pretty much taints that image.