Our Female Members

AAM Female Members*These are just a few of our African American Matchmaking female members

African American Matchmaking maintains a national registry of eligible men and women.  Our female members are:

  • Beautiful
  • Professional
  • Sexy
  • Screened
  • Looking for that special someone

African American Matchmaking has your match!

Do you want a woman of beauty, style, and substance?

Are online dating sites making you depressed?

Wouldn’t it be great to have a matchmaker to work on your behalf, even though you’re not a millionaire?

That special someone could be you!

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Confidence

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Confidence is having faith in someone.  Self-confidence is trusting that you have what it takes to handle whatever happens.  You feel sure of yourself and enjoy trying new things, without letting doubts or fears hold you back.  When you have confidence in others, you rely on them.

You are practicing confidence when you:

*   Know you are worthwhile and feel sure of yourself

*   Don’t let fear, doubt or worry stop you

*   Discover your talents and try new things

*   Learn from your mistakes

*   Think positively

*   Trust that all things work together for good

Affirmation:  I am confident.  I appreciate my gifts and give my best.  I enjoy trying new things.  I welcome new possibilities.
Virtues Project

Source:  www.virtuesproject.com

Speed Dating

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In this age of fast and furious dating and mating, speed dating is way of meeting people that is gaining in popularity.  According to Wikipedia, its origins are credited to Rabbi Yaacov Deyo of Aish HaTorah, originally as a way to help Jewish singles meet and marry, and the first speed dating event took place in 1998.

What’s To Like:

  • You can meet a large number of people in a relatively short period of time
  • The participants are set up by an organizer (individual or company)
  • The organizer rings a bell, blows a whistle, or has another way to signal the end of the “date”
  • Contact information is not traded during the meeting, but submitted to the organizer if there is an interest

What’s To Dislike:

  • Advanced registration with a credit card is required
  • First dates need to be longer than 3-8 minutes, even to see if there is potential for a future date
  • Due to limited time, the “dates” can seem more like interviews with little “down time” for people to be themselves
  • If you are the only African American speed dater, it could be awkward
  • Most of the interest is based on first impressions, not the content of the individual person
  • Five minutes can be a long time with a stranger that you have no initial connection with
  • Unless the individuals are already screened as potential matches, there is lack of matchmaking science and the approach is more random 
  • There is little evidence that it leads to successful, long-term relationships

 

Commitment

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Commitment is caring deeply about something or someone.  It is deciding carefully what you want to do, then giving 100%, holding nothing back.  You give your all to friendship, a task, or something you believe in.  You finish what you start.  You keep your promises.

You are practicing commitment when you:

*  Think before you make a promise

*  Keep every agreement you make

*  Make decisions confidently

*  Go the extra mile

*  Give 100% to everything you do

*  Are faithful to people you care about

Affirmation:  I commit to my decisions. I keep my agreements. I give my all. I am a faithful friend.

Virtues Project
Source:  www.virtuesproject.com

Color Code Personality Science

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The Color Code Personality Assessment is an accurate, comprehensive, and easy to use personality test.

Unlike other personality tests, The Color Code not only identifies what you do but why you do it, allowing you to gain much deeper and more useful insights into your personality.

If you’d like to improve a relationship with anyone in your life, gain an advantage at the office, or just get to know yourself a little better, we invite you to take the free personality test and give Color Code a try!

Color Code What Hue Are YouReds are the power wielders.  Power is defined as the ability to move from point A to point B.  Reds are about results and productivity.  They bring great gifts of vision and leadership.  Reds are generally characterized as responsible, decisive, proactive and assertive.

Blues love to give of themselves to others.  Intimacy, connecting, creating quality relationships and having purpose is what drives these people.  Their natural gifts include quality and service.  Blues can be counted on to be loyal, sincere, and thoughtful.

Whites are peacekeepers.  Peace, or the ability to stay calm in the midst of chaos, is what motivates a White.  Clarity and tolerance are White gifts.  Whites are also known for their qualities of kindness, adaptability, and patience.

Yellows love to have fun.  The joy of living in the moment and doing something just for the sake of doing it is the driving force for these people.  Yellows offer the gifts of enthusiasm and optimism.  They are generally charismatic, spontaneous, and sociable.

Using the Color Code you will develop increased levels of self-awareness (the #1 key element for developing emotional intelligence skills); learn how to effectively understand and work with employees and team members; improve communication skills; and are better prepared to create successful professional and social relationships.

Take the Color Code Personality Assessment!

Anthony & Cori

Anthony & Cori
“There is something special about my girl, and the fact that she loves me back the same way I love her is proof that true love can be found in places that you least expect it.”

Anthony tells ESSENCE about the love of his life, Cori. The pair married last fall in their hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Get Started: Morehouse Alumni

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African American Matchmaking Welcomes New Partner
Morehouse College National Alumni Association!

Read more in the Morehouse National Alumni Association Newsletter.