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Duo is a traditional matchmaking service based in South Korea that also has a Web site deed to cater to the hopes and ideals of the parents first and the children second. While Ms. Kim admits that the parents often have a stronger desire than do their children to see a marriage take place, she said the pursuit on the part of these parents is rooted in the belief that long-term happiness is contingent on the successful union of two people raising a family together. Weisberg, who has been married for nearly 40 years and lives in Kentucky.
So on a whim one night, she reviewed the online matches of her son, Brad — with his permission — and within hours, she had made a list of candidates who she felt would promise a love connection. The yielded by these mom-engineered picks were so good that Brad Weisberg, 32, and his sister, Danielle Weisberg, 29, both based in Chicago, began the TheJMom.
Posting and browsing on TheJMom. He is 5-foot with brown hair and blue eyes.
Brad is hardworking and very outgoing. These two characteristics serve him well as he is a Realtor, the co-founder of this Web site, and C. The site recommends that parents be upfront with their children and inform them of the online searches being conducted on their behalf.
There is, naturally, the occasional backlash. Leland said.
Weisberg notes that there are obvious limits on how far a parent can and should go in trying to identify a mate for their children. Polepalle, who said the accepted way for Indian and Indian-American families to achieve this has been to have face-to-face meetings where they discuss the personal details of their children. There are a of matrimonial sites that serve to streamline this information-gathering process and curtail the embarrassing and exhausting in-person questioning. Among them are BharatMatrimony. Polepalle, a nuclear scientist, turned to Telugumatrimony.
On Telugumatrimony. Lavanya Polepalle and her father wrote her online profile together, but she left the scouting job entirely to him.
He explained that many of the men reaching out were from India and looking for a one-way ticket to America. Polepalle, who rejected many of the suitors. Eventually, a profile came in that seemed entirely suitable. In the end there was only one candidate that Mr. Polepalle forwarded to his daughter, who is now 31 and known as Mrs.
Krishna Rayapudi, a year-old gastroenterologist who also had an astrological that was an identical match.
Brad Weisberg, who said he is no longer involved in the operation of TheJMom. His mother, naturally, also had some thoughts on this.Matchmaking for my daughter
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