Toronto, Canada (PressExposure) October 13, 2009 -- The Allied Network is Ontarioâs premier dating service, matching single people looking for a meaningful relationship for more than 17 years. With over 18,000 members The Allied Network has successfully matched thousands of couples. Many members are divorced and looking for a second chance at finding true love. The company has developed an expertise in matching divorced members by providing them with a safe and comfortable way of finding love for the second time around.
The most important step in dating after divorce is to be selective and look for a person you will truly be compatible with. Susan Dawson, Senior Consultant at The Allied Network comments, âA divorce opens doors for an individual to re-discover their true identity and become the person they have always wanted to be. They need to find a partner who is well suited to them and compatible on many different levels.â
The Allied Network offers a unique opportunity for divorced people to meet someone special. The interview process offers a self assessment which helps people to prioritize and reflect on the most important qualities they are looking for in a partner. It allows people to focus their search for the right person in a positive way.
Another important aspect in dating after divorce is the issue of children. Many divorced couples share the responsibility of raising children, adding an extra element of pressure to the dating process. Not only are divorced parents looking for a special person for themselves, they are looking for someone who will care for their children as well. The new partner must therefore be emphatic toward the children and a positive influence on the family as a whole.
The Ottawa dating service provides the perfect solution for people interested in meeting the right person after a divorce. The unique screening process adopted by The Allied Network scrutinizes candidates and helps to determine the personal attributes of proposed matches. The screening process also entails a personal interview of candidates, ensuring a deeper understanding of what each member is looking for which is a key ingredient in successful introductions.
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