Jeannie Assimos, Senior Director of Content

Posts by Jeannie Assimos, Senior 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.

Worrying about things we can’t control is fruitless. We all know that. But it’s pretty tough not to get concerned about some areas — like matters of the heart. I really like today’s guest post from Dr. Karin Anderson — as she brings a great perspective to those feeling badly about their single status. Written by […]

Is it Time for Relationship Therapy? Here’s How to Know…

If your relationships end up the same way (not good!), and you seem to gravitate towards a particular type of person (the wrong one, repeatedly), this is a sign that you could use a little guidance. Today’s guest blog from Ashley Papa looks at the various times it might be wise to talk to a […]

Guys Dish on What That Text Message Actually Means

As if communication between men and women isn’t hard enough…now we all get to contend with the added mysteries that go along with texting. Our favorite guest blogger Lindsay Tigar is back to break it all down for us. Thank you Lindsay! Written by Lindsay Tigar Admit it: When you like a guy and you’ve […]

Tough Love: Don’t Let One Heartbreak Derail You From Finding Love

I have to say I was impressed by this passionate plea from relationship expert David Wygant, who urges anyone who has been hurt to lick their wounds and just get back out there. I hope you enjoy this guest blog – it definitely gave me an extra oomph in my step! Written by David Wygant […]

How Sukey Forbes Found Courage to Fully Live Again after Traumatic Loss

A lot of books make their way to my desk. When Sukey Forbes’ new story, The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death arrived, I picked it up, and couldn’t put it down. Forbes writes honestly and poetically about losing her 6-year-old daughter Charlotte to a rare genetic disorder, […]

‘Don’t Give Money to Your Matches — Ever.’

eHarmony is a place where two people can meet, fall in love and be really happy. I see it every single day and it is the reason I work here. Over one million people have found love through our site. It’s amazing. On the flip side, however, there are some people out there who come […]

Ladies: 7 Ways to Maintain Class and Control Through Any Life Challenge

We all have moments where we don’t love how we responded to a situation or acted. Dr. Sherrie Campbell joins us today with some amazing points for women who want to be their best selves. Written by Dr. Sherrie Campbell When you are grounded in who you are, you have a certain essence where people can feel […]

What to Look for in a Partner if You Are the Anxious Type

Today’s guest blog from Dr. Leslie Becker-Phelps focuses on what to look for in a partner if you suffer from anxious attachment. It’s really interesting to think about what type of person really is the best match for your personality, and to be aware of who you are as you get out there and date. Written by […]

Really, Man? 8 Dumb Things Men Do During Dating

Men and women are both equal opportunity offenders in the dating games they play. Most of it is just immaturity and insecurity, in my opinion. Our amazing new blogger Lindsay Tigar has checked the pulse of women out there to find out what drives them craziest about the men they date. Here’s what they revealed: […]

How to Move on From Fear to Find the Love You Deserve

Relationship expert Virginia Clark returns with a new guest blog about love — and how our deep-rooted fears can get in the way of healthy relationships. This is such a great reminder that fear is really baseless and a defense mechanism often times that we have created long ago. We all have fears. Some are […]

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