The decision to employ the expertise of an introduction service is a very personal one. Ruth takes the stigma out of meeting quality people. Utilizing her sixth sense, good judgment and experience,
she personally matches from the repertoire of people that she has interviewed in the privacy and comfort of their own homes. Allowing them to be more relaxed and at ease, enables her to get to know each client as an individual, their goals, lifestyle, values and interests. Ruth then does the matching personally, no computers are used in this process. She goes by instinct, intuition, logic as well as life experience. Hearts has an extensive feedback program which enables Ruth to zero in on the right partner for you. She also offers continuous support to her clients in her ongoing role as relationship consultant, she guides them with insight and encouragement.
Singles in the new millennium have a wide range of issues pertaining to potential relationships. The world of dating is complex and many concerns face single adults today. Ruth’s screening process helps ensure that the person you meet through Hearts is who he or she claims to be.
Ruth has found her hearts calling bringing people together for a lifetime of love and companionship. During her twenty years as a full time matchmaker she has touched many peoples lives by bringing her passion for romance into her work. She has been happily married for many years, and has three children who are all in successful relationships.
Clients, both men and women find Ruth immediately reassuring , she is easy to talk to. Any hesitation in consulting an introduction service is instantly overcome by her frank and perceptive approach. She has a lot of energy, enjoys people, and describes herself as an “incurable romantic”. These personal qualities, together with her good judgment and respectable approach have earned Ruth an enviable reputation as a highly successful matchmaker. She had the honor of being nominated for Woman of the Year , and has been featured on various television and radio programs, and in numerous print articles. Ruth enjoys her work and finds it very interesting, challenging and most of all rewarding.