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Everybody who signs up to Search Mate will have the ID checked to ensure they are genuine people looking for love.The joining fee is pretty steep though at a platinum price of £2,495 and an Associate price of £795.Online dating allows you time to get to know people by messaging them before you meet. “No matter how nice someone is, a common social reaction to an unexpected difference is often embarrassment,” says Tom.“You should respect them (and yourself) enough to be straight up about it, and give them time to get used to the idea.Although this will only be relevant to some on the forum due to geography, details of a dating agency for adults with learning difficulties have been posted to the DANDA dyspraxia list, so I thought I'd forward a few details here. " ------------------------------------------------------- On a wider issue - what does everyone think of dating agencies or organised dating in general? I don't suppose dyspraxia is strictly a learning disability, so it's tricky to say how it would work for the likes of us."About Stars in the Sky Stars in the Sky is a dating and friendship service for adults with learning difficulties. To join you have to: Have a learning disability/difficulty. Generally speaking though, I would run a mile from the idea of organised dating as it's always shown in the media (speed dating especially) as such a extrovert activity, but I'd be interested to know if anyone has had any first hand experience of it.
Many people complain about never meeting someone, when their average week consists of watching TV, playing computer games, and going to the pub once a week. Arts Line has lots of venue information for places to visit in London, and it’s worth using the internet to find local guides across the UK,” says Penny.Even something as simple as wearing sexy underwear can give you a massive confidence boost.As Penny says: “Don’t let people’s prejudices stop you from trying and trying again.The dating service caters for those with learning difficulties and was founded by Lolita Jones and Pauline Geipel.The Undateables isn’t the first time the dating agency has had a fling with Channel 4, back in 2005 Stars in the Sky was the central focus of a documentary entitled ‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’.