According to Wikipedia, eHarmony isn’t for everyone. “About one in five people are not suitable for the service for reasons including that the user is currently married or has been married more than four times, is under the minimum age of 21, provides inconsistent answers in the profile, or fails its “dysthymia scale.”
So I had to look up dysthymia, “a chronic depression, but with less severity than major depressive disorder.”
Ironically, it made me happy that eHarmony had no results for me. Maybe they do know me well.