We’d like to tell you about the email discussion list of one of our friends.
Started in June 2007 (months before eHarmony Advice started), this free private email discussion group has become a place where friends help each other overcome stumbling blocks in successfully meeting people through the eHarmony service. It is the first and the only mailing list of its kind.
The eHarmony Cracked discussion list can help you with:
- Profile critiques
- Troubleshooting communication with matches
- Questions about using eHarmony
- Questions about dating and relationships
- Getting more second dates
It’s private … The great thing about the EHCML is that it is private. Private means that nobody can Google your email address. Besides being independent from the company, private means that its moderators have to approve the membership. It also means that only its group managers can view the group members list.
Private also means that, unlike eHarmony Advice or eHarmony Blog, your messages aren’t available for the whole world to find and read. Nobody can Google your profile or your photos if you decide to have them critiqued.
It’s about self-improvement … The best thing about it is that it is all about self improvement. Self-improvement means no bitching about the opposite sex, and no protests about awful matches and no squarms about the eHarmony services. It is never a customer support forum, and best of all, it’s not habituated by griping ex-eHarmony members.
The host Scott Grey, one of EHB’s contributors, offers personal advice services and consultations for a fee, but this is mainly to get people off his back. This is as commercial and non-independent as it gets.
The regulars there are also regular readers and contributors here on EHB, men and women alike, so we think it’ll feel like home. (Tell them we sent you. )
See you there!
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