Grant Langston Vice President, Content and Customer Experience

Posts by Grant Langston Vice President, Content and Customer Experience

Grant Langston oversees eHarmony’s North American Content and Community. He joined eHarmony in 2000 as writer and editor in order to prepare the original site for launch, after years in advertising and music marketing. In the intervening years he’s managed promotion marketing efforts, newsletter outreach, and new products in the content realm. In his role as Editor-in-Chief of eHarmony’s flagship content site, eHarmony Advice, he often speaks to the media about dating, relationships, and the eHarmony Matching Service. When he isn’t writing or editing content Grant tours or records with his Americana band, takes cross-country motorcycle trips, or enjoys a good cigar. Grant holds a B.A. in Political Science from Auburn University.

I Really Want a Relationship…but My Kids Come First!

A continuing series on the ways people prevent themselves from finding the loving relationships they say they want. I got this letter last week from a man named Murray in Georgia, Here’s my dilemma. I started dating a wonderful woman about 3 weeks ago. It was one of those relationships that felt like magic from […]

Your Profession and Your Love Life

What does one have to do with the other? A good amount, we discovered. In honor of Labor Day, eHarmony took a look at online dating communication trends and how they related to one’s profession. So who’s talking to who? See below:  

I Want a Relationship But…I Won’t Live Anywhere Else!

A continuing series on the ways people prevent themselves from finding the loving relationships they say they want. The world of online dating gives you the amazing opportunity to rise above the local pool of single people, and to zoom around the globe. You can create a list of “must haves” because you’ll now be […]

The Dating Games of 2012

It’s that time! The summer Olympics are here, and speaking of games, we take a look at the dating games people play with this infographic. The good news? People aren’t following the “ridiculous” 3-day rule anymore. Even better news? Pickup lines are making a comeback.  See the rest for yourself:      

‘I want a relationship but…I HAVE to Maintain Friendships With My Exes.’

I’m starting a series here on the eHarmony blog called, “I want to have a relationship, but…”. We’ll be looking at the ways people hurt their chances for finding a new love by insisting on behavior which is either unhealthy or counter-productive to a serious relationship. I know a woman, Madison, who has indicated in her […]

How I Would Prevent a Guy From Cheating…

For some years I’ve said, in public places, that if I could just spend 10 minutes with a married man who is about to cheat, I could prevent it. Now eHarmony Advice Editor Jeannie Assimos has called my bluff, and asked me exactly what I would say. The details may surprise you. The Truth: The […]

It’s spring – haven’t you noticed? Time for us all to do that yearly spring cleaning where we take the clutter, the junk that’s dragging us down, and kick it to the curb. This spring we want to find out what you’re kicking out of your life. Take your amazing little phone and make a […]

Everyone loves viral videos. You know, the ones you can’t help sharing with your friends and family. eHarmony is looking for viral videos to promote and share all over the web. The eHarmony Viral Video Contest is your opportunity to grab a camera and make history. Here’s an example of a recent eHarmony viral video… […]

Women – The Odds Your Man Will Cheat

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about life and “the odds.” If you think about the many decisions we all have to make, getting a good sense of what the odds really are in a particular situation and how much risk we can tolerate is pretty fundamental to living well. It can be quite difficult. For […]

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The Love Chameleon – Keeping Your Identity in a Relationship

What makes you YOU? The chances are, you could tell me at least a half-dozen things that define you. You may even fall into a lifestyle “type” – musician, biker, hiker/camper, tri-athlete, etc. These kinds of lifestyle choices help determine who our friends are, what clothes we were, where we hang out, and how we […]

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