If you've been rejected by eHarmony, the next best thing you can do is get yourself a Chemistry.com free trial, given that the basic philosophy behind Chemistry.com is the same as the one that governs eHarmony. The primary aim of the site is to help you find a long-term relationship based on the results of an extensive personality test. Currently, the best free trial offer available at Chemistry.com lasts for three days (72 hours).
When you arrive at Chemistry.com, make sure you read the Terms and Conditions so you understand how the free trial works. If you don't feel like doing that (we don't blame you), here is what you need to know in a nutshell:
Because Chemistry.com has a smaller membership base, your odds of finding love should generally be better on eHarmony. With that said, there are a few reasons you may want to choose Chemistry.com instead:
Chemistry.com's matching system is based on the research of Helen Fisher. You can either go to Wikipedia or view the video below to learn more about her. In this video, Dr. Fisher talks about a recent study on how to tell if a potential partner is interested in love or lust:
Like eHarmony, Chemistry.com occasionally offers "Free Communication Weekends." You can look out for these events if you've used up your Chemistry.com free trial but still want an opportunity to further test out the site. During these weekends, you will be able to communicate freely with other members.
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