Jeannie Assimos, Vice President, Content

Posts by Jeannie Assimos, Vice President, 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.

why men dissappear
October 1, 2014

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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paul potts
September 29, 2014

Paul Potts: How Taking ‘One Chance’ Changed His Life Forever

The inspirational story of opera singer Paul Potts contains everything I love — humor, perseverance, heart, romance, beautiful music, and courage. Little did Potts know when he walked onto the stage of “Britain’s Got Talent” that he would end up winning the show — and that some day a movie would be made about his amazing life. […]

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online dating mistakes
September 25, 2014

10 Simple Mistakes Men (and Women) Make in Online Dating

Sometimes the best advice is really simple. Easy does it. Take a deep breath. Don’t worry, be happy. I think you get my point. Clever comedian and writer Carolyn Castiglia has come up with ten mistakes men are making during the online dating process — I would say these mishaps are extremely common. And, many women are […]

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first date questions
September 18, 2014

The 4 Conversations You Should Never Have On a First Date

Popular blogger Lindsay Tigar returns with valuable information for your next first date. If you are thinking about revealing all about the ex, or dishing about your finances, you better read this one! Written by Lindsay Tigar If you’ve been single for a while, you’re probably used to the first date dance by now: he […]

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invisible feeling invisible
September 11, 2014

Do You Feel Overlooked — or Invisible?

They say that to find a great love, you must first learn to love yourself. Dr. Margaret Paul returns in today’s guest blog about this exact subject. It’s all about taking the steps to understand your worth, believing you are deserving of great things, and then taking action to get there. This is a process, but awareness is […]

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September 5, 2014

Worrying About Being Single? Then Read This…

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 […]

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relationship therapy signs you need help
August 14, 2014

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 […]

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men texting and dating
August 11, 2014

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 […]

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heartbreak
August 7, 2014

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 […]

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fear of the unknown
August 7, 2014

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, […]

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