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Mensa Match, which is launching this week, pairs Mensa members with others in the program.
Currently, Mensa is a community group option on the regular
This means that people are allowed to paste a Mensa badge on their profiles to signify their interest in the society, hopefully attracting fellow enthusiasts.
As with other niche dating websites, like Farmers Only and Glutenfree Singles, Mensa Match is only for those who are currently in the high IQ group.
However, this does not prevent Mensans from chatting up non-Mensans on
"[Mensans] process things much quicker than most other people do," Mc Gill said.
"We researched our member base to find out what was important to them from a membership perspective and what benefits we could offer," John Mc Gill, Mensa's national director of marketing, told .
"Something that ranked very high was having an association dating service." Part of the reason Mensa Match was created was to provide people of high intelligence with like-minded companions who have somewhat different interests than the normal online dating crowd.
“You don’t live in isolation from others, and if your partner is always offending people, that’s going to end up having an effect on you,” says Whitbourne.
So if your partner really cares about engaging with your friends, it shows that they understand that having relationships with them will make *your* life better, too.3. As nice as it sounds to have a partner who backs down easily or almost always agrees with you, it’s also a sign of low commitment.
“There will be times where they say things that are hurtful or that they regret, but at that point, they can admit it."7. Some spontaneity is good, but there’s a huuuuuuge difference between the guy who plans a last-minute romantic weekend trip with you (knowing in advance that you’d be free, of course), and the guy who gets fired from his third job in a row because he maxed out the company card. “They’ll know their limitations, and they’re not going to get into situations where they’ve really overextended themselves,” says Whitbourne. Emotionally intelligent people are always looking for ways they could be kinder or wiser, including in their own relationships. They check out their reading of a situation with someone else.” says Whitbourne.