Posts in Dating Trends
Who Are Ambiance Matchmaking Members?

We are very selective with whom we accept into the Ambiance Matchmaking community. In 2017, we had a total acceptance rate of 22%. We do this to ensure we devote the necessary time and resources into each client's search. We are dedicated to helping our members reach their relationship and marriage goals.

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5 Unexpected Benefits Of Marriage

When Americans decide to get married, it seems that love is the number one motive, with making a lifetime commitment, companionship, having children, and financial stability following. However, there are more reasons to marry, and possibly with even greater benefits than the aforementioned. Younger generations in particular need to understand tangible benefits that come with a strong marriage. If you are on the fence about marriage, keep reading…

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Online Dating Is Controlling Societal Norms Without Our Noticing

The air in Santa Cruz was warm and still as I sat among perfect roses in the backyard of the bride’s parents. At the key moment of this nontraditional Jewish wedding, the friend presiding over the ceremony took a moment to explain the Hebrew word kadosh. It’s translated as “holy,” or “the holy one,” but it also connotes the act of setting apart or elevating one thing above all other things of a type. Marriage is holy because each partner says, “You are the one person I choose out of all the people in the world.”

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Dating Habits Of 5 Generations

I have a friend who is a single male in his 40s. He has never been married and he has no children. In one of our more recent conversations we talked about our own dating experiences and those of our friends. What I concluded at the end of that conversation was this: no matter your age, dating can confound us all. Comparing my own experiences to his, though, I found that as a 27 year old, single female my outlook on dating and love seriously differed from his.

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Dating in the Age of Distraction

Back when things were simpler and you were either introduced to or naturally met someone, it was a more memorable event. You had been in one place at one time and so had this other specific person that you had been so lucky to meet. It had a more serendipitous aurora to it all. You would continue to see this person for as long as you held these strong feelings for him or her. Flash forward to today. Singles are easily accessible and disposable. There wasn’t any unanticipated encounter. It had been greatly anticipated with the knowledge that if this date went sour, there was a plethora of options waiting for you on your phone. Our dating world is becoming much less romanticized.

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