Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘Real Housewives’ Men Enlist Help From ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘Real Housewives’ Men Enlist Help From ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’

Two men of the Real Housewives of New Jersey are enlisting the help of The Millionaire Matchmaker‘s Patti Stanger in an effort to find love, reported Us Weekly.  Real Housewives matriarch Caroline Manzo will watch as her two sons, Christopher and Albie, look for their perfect matches with expert assistance.  Albie Manzo, 24, is a law school student and policeman, while his brother Christopher Manzo, 21, is an entrepreneur.  Stanger and her team relocate to California for the fourth season of their hit show.

Can matchmakers help you find true love?

Cupid’s Advice:

There’s no denying it – it can sometimes be difficult to find the right partner.  If you’re feeling burnt out from the search, think about asking for help.  Cupid has some things to consider about enlisting the assistance of a matchmaker:

1. It’s expensive: There are certainly cheaper ways to go about finding a mate.  Matchmakers can often times charge a hefty fee.  On the other hand, if it does lead you to your perfect partner, isn’t it worth it?

2. Enlist e-assistance: E-matchmaking has become commonplace in today’s society.  Services like and eHarmony are well-known by singles and couples alike, and they can be a great place to start.  But can a computer really find love for you?  Cupid’s point: what have you got to lose?

3. Consider its history: Matchmaking has been around for many years in differing forms.  For instance, arranged marriage is still practiced in places such as South Asia and the Middle East.  Although obviously an extreme type of matchmaking, the practice performs a similar function – bringing those together who would not otherwise have met.