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The Christchurch dating scene has become more realistic after the earthquakes, a matchmaker says.
Rosie Bowie, who runs Matchcompany, said Christchurch residents were less reserved about who they wanted to date after the quakes. Now they are much more realistic about the fact they won't ever meet the person they expect to meet.
They meet people who are available. She said more people in Christchurch had been seeking her help, particularly working professionals. Jane Metcalfe, who runs speed-dating service Mainland Dating, said Christchurch people had become more open-minded about who they would meet at speed-dating events.
Rick Davies, manager of online dating site FindSomeone, said there was a ificant lift in the of users from Canterbury. Bowie said the main issue in New Zealand's dating scene was the imbalance of males and females.
The gentlemen are intimidated by these women because at the end of the day they just want a female who is intelligent and will provide them with a good family life. She advised people to compromise when looking for partners. Quakes shake up dating scene. Francesca LeeMar 13 The Press.Mainland speed dating christchurch
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Quakes shake up dating scene