We focus on matching those we think will be suited to each other on every level, something we achieve by really getting to know our members via our in-depth personality test.We believe in love and we believe in helping our members find it. With an average age in their mid-forties, many of the single men who use Elite Singles are in the prime of their careers.

As a result, they understand and appreciate those who want to balance the search for love with the demands of a rewarding work and home life.

If you're a single woman or man looking for a professional who shares your passion for a fulfilling life, a man worth a million, or a mature gentleman to sweep you off your feet, you're in the right place! This is why we make it easy for our Elite Singles members to focus on their preferred lifestyle traits when looking for someone special.

Indeed, for those who’ve tried and failed to find the right man offline, internet dating can provide a great alternative.

Not only does it let you be really upfront about what is you want from a relationship, a reputable dating site can connect you with single men who want similar things.

Kinrys, though, is sure it's true: "More women than ever before value education and career and won't risk their future at the expense of a long-term, monogamous relationship that could potentially hold them back." There do seem to be considerable changes occurring in relationships.

A friend of mine told me that he sent his girlfriend a large bouquet of flowers to her office. She told him that the flowers brought her unwelcome attention from her co-workers and managers. The flowers allegedly suggested that she wasn't an independent woman. You're playing a traditional naughty role when all you need is love.She told me: "When I started this as a career, men were more concerned with getting laid. She believes that women are leaning into this hooking-up thing.Now it seems that there is a shift toward commitment." Could this be because men are making less money and women more? She insists: "Women finally own their sexual power, and they are driving the current 'hookup culture' that brings satisfaction without guilt, but at the expense of intimacy." The New York Times recently intimated that this might be the case, but I just assumed this was the Times on one of its lifestyle binges. You're sobbing into your hankies because, deep in your hearts, you really just wanted to be loved. You lurch onto Tinder with your egos and tongues hanging out, claiming you're looking to, as the vernacular has it, hook up. You're sitting at home watching reruns of "Pretty Woman," aren't you?Indeed, we only suggest matches we think have real compatibility, something we achieve by taking each user’s location, preferences and personalities into account. If you are looking for a specific type of man (for instance a Christian dating partner or for a fellow single parent for single men over 50), then we let you make that priority part of your own personal matching algorithm.