You might have two friends who would make the perfect match!
1. Be Sure You Know Both People
For example, if one chess player is a vegan and the other is a competitive barbecue cook, bad feelings are more likely to grow than a happy ever after.
2. Don't Assume They'll Have Great Chemistry
In fact, it's impossible for someone to predict the chemistry two people will (or won't) share once they meet. You can think they'll be great together, but realize this doesn't mean it will happen.
3. Don't Invite Potential Competition
If you have a match in mind, be sensible and let them meet when no one else is around to steal their attention.
4. Arrange the Most Natural Meeting Possible
Then there's no pressure, and while relaxed and having fun the prospective couple can find out what chemistry really might be there.
5. Don't Let Anyone Know You're Matchmaking
Also, you don't want everyone else meddling in your potential match, because they don't know about the mad skills you gleaned from reading this article.
6. After They've Met, Leave Them Alone
They don't need a coach, a cheerleader, or a mother hen to make things work. In the event things don't work, you won't become the one to blame.
Now that you know the possible pitfalls, you can safely proceed with your matchmaking plans. Just play it cool and let things fall as they may. If you, and the couple, are lucky, you'll be planning a wedding before you know it.
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