Jeannie Assimos, Director of Content

Posts by Jeannie Assimos, Director of Content

After years of researching, writing and reporting about Hollywood’s failed relationships, Jeannie ventured into the land of successful romances at eHarmony, and hasn’t looked back since! On board since early 2008, Jeannie absorbs everything she can about daters’ turn-ons, turn-offs, likes and dislikes – and shares her observations on the eHarmony Advice site.

Nine Tips for a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

Start a new tradition by actually having a peaceful Thanksgiving (the way it should be!). Today’s guest blog is from relationship expert Debra Smouse, who recognizes the holiday isn’t always as easy as it should be and offers tips to manage any difficult situations. We’re grateful for the advice, Debra! When it comes to Thanksgiving, we […]

5 Critical Things to Look for in a New Love Interest

I loved this blog from dating expert Ravid Yosef. It’s so important to actually look beyond the infatuated haze in the beginning of a relationship to see if there is real opportunity for a healthy, long-term partnership. Below, she details how she tackled looking for the right guy. Enjoy! Written by Ravid Yosef, YourTango I was up against a […]

When Life Imitates Art: eHarmony TV Actress ‘Beth’ Logs onto eH, and Finds a Real-Life Fiancé

When actress Laura Carlson auditioned for a role in an eHarmony commercial, she had absolutely no idea how much this opportunity would change her life. As she sat on the set with eHarmony CEO and founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren, the two talked about life – including her lack of a love life. The fellow Iowan natives really […]

Deepak Chopra: ‘The Future of God’ Begins with You

I was lucky enough to visit the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, CA last week, where I talked with Deepak Chopra about his latest book, The Future of God: A Practical Approach to Spirituality for Our Times. Besides being one of the kindest people I have met, Chopra has written a truly thought-provoking book about understanding God […]

13 Strong Signs That He’s Definitely Not into You

Love is amazing, but can also be blinding. Sometimes our hearts are so set on making it work with someone, we aren’t paying attention to obvious signs that the object of our affection isn’t quite feeling the same way. Relationship coach Deni Abbie reveals 13 obvious red flags that the one you think you love isn’t loving […]

Online Dating: One Secret to Success

How many a man has thrown up his hands at a time when a little more effort, a little more patience would have achieved success. — Elbert Hubbard I was talking to a lovely woman who works with me at eHarmony the other morning. She manages the customer care department, and deals with any and […]

Franny Agnes Lee: Back in the Dating Mix

Franny took a little break from dating, which is highly understandable given all of her misadventures. Never one to give up, though, she and her faithful sidekick Caffeine return and get all dressed up for her latest evening out. Enjoy!   More Franny: See Franny’s summer date gone awry! Franny: Blind Date One Franny: Blind […]

Is it True Love, or Just Infatuation?

It can be very hard to decipher the overwhelming feelings that come with meeting someone new. Relationship expert Aaron Kaplan breaks down the difference between love and infatuation in today’s guest blog. Written by Aaron Kaplan, YourTango It should be obvious that there are basic differences between being in love, infatuated, or just plain obsessed. […]

How Baking Cookies Really Can Lead to Romance

There really is truth to the idea of baking your way into a man (or woman’s!) heart. Scent and attraction is a really interesting area to explore — a lot of what we are into is so primal and subconscious. Professor of Psychology Thalma Lobel sent over her latest blog on this very subject — […]

Reality Check: If He Wanted to Be with You, He Would

Relationship expert Virginia Clark doesn’t usually mince words. Today’s guest blog is no exception. If her story below resonates with you, it might be time to cut some ties and find someone who is actually available — and worthy of your energy. Written by Virginia Clark, YourTango It’s a simple idea, right? Even an obvious one, but […]

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