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"It's almost like hiring a personal assistant for your love life, where you're really getting coaching along the way and hand-holding, and you're really being understood without being judged and you're guided in the right direction," said Lisa Clampitt, founder of the Matchmaking Institute in New York City, which trains matchmakers and teaches ethical practices.
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