Launched in 2004, Soulmates is an online dating website operated by The Guardian. The site is dedicated to helping like-minded people find long-lasting and serious relationships. Since its creation, Soulmates has successfully matched thousands of couples, according to its website.
Why did Guardian soulmates closing?
The Guardian is closing its online dating service Guardian Soulmates because it is no longer viable. The service, which has about 35,000 free members and paid subscribers, will close at the end of June, it said. The 15 years since its launch has seen the growth of global dating apps such as Tinder, Hinge and Bumble.
When did Guardian soulmates close?
14 May 2020 We announced the closure on 14 May 2020 on the Guardian Soulmates site with a message to our soulmates: The end is finally here – after more than 15 years of online dating Guardian Soulmates will be closing this June.
Can you meet your soulmate on the internet?
As a dating coach and psychologist specializing in relationships, I have seen many couples meet online and marry. I suspect that at least a handful of them declare that they are soulmates and found it surprising that they met each other on the not so romantic world-wide-web.
When you meet your soulmate youll feel calm?
As the Buddhists say, If you meet somebody and your heart pounds, your hands shake, your knees go weak, thats not the one. When you meet your soul mate, youll feel calm. No anxiety, no agitation.