Our new series of podcasts, featuring input, thoughts and opinions from well-known contributors, is now live! We wanted to bring our experience to bear, not merely on the broad topic of dating, but also on those little nuances where the real details are. What are the obstacles for people when finding a romantic partner and why do these obstacles recur time and again? What has been the experience of others and how does this overlap with the experience of our celebrity interviewees? This and lots more in our new podcast series!
I’m feargal harrington and I run INTRO Matchmaking.
For 9 years I’ve been listening to the obstacles that single people come up against or sometimes put in their own way, preventing them from finding their match.
This podcast is designed to help people who are genuinely looking for a relationship and may identify what may be holding them back.
We hope you like it...
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During this time of Coronavirus and social distancing the safety of our staff & clients comes first. Absolutely! And we hear you when you say how you don’t wish for your search for a meaningful relationship to be put on hold. We quite agree. Therefore INTRO Matchmaking will facilitate verification of all new clients by remote video chat. Learn more in our blog post here.
Feargal Harrington, co-founder of Intro Matchmaking Agency talks to The Irish Catholic about how difficult it can be for people looking for a serious relationship in modern Ireland.
Valentine’s Day is still an important date on the ‘romantic’ calendar. But in the cut and thrust of our hectic lifestyles, so many singletons find themselves just too busy to proactively search for love. At INTRO Matchmaking we’re here to take the stress out of dating and to provide you with an honest and open way to get dating this Valentine’s Day
Desperate parents are splashing nearly €800 on gift cards for a top Irish dating service in a bid to find their single children love this Christmas. Intro Matchmaking’s Feargal Harrington chats with Ciara Phelan of the Irish Mirror about this and a few other dating tidbits