If she didn’t understand my obsession with Michelle Obama, I knew we wouldn’t make it as friends.
Next, I reached out to a psychotherapist because I’m interested in going back to school for counseling.
“[With these sites] you can skip the insecurity of, ‘Oh, they’re so busy, they don’t need friends,’” Shasta Nelson, founder of Girl Friend Circles told the .
Because, let’s face it, sometimes making new female friends is hard, sometimes harder than dating.
The number of users online dating sites like Match.com, OKCupid, JDate and e Harmony now attract suggests that any stigma people once felt around looking for love online has lifted.
But would you use a matchmaking site to find female friends?
The took a closer look at three such sites in particular: Social Jane.com, Girl Friend Circles and Girlfriend Social.
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