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.

Franny Agnes Lee Meets the Ultimate Mama’s Boy

Talk about double dates! Our favorite gal Franny Agnes Lee may get struck down by love, but she just keeps on going! Just in time for Mother’s Day, she meets the ultimate mama’s boy, still connected to his mother in an especially creepy way. Enjoy her latest episode – if you dare! Has a partner’s bond […]

Ladies: Don’t Believe These 10 Lies About Love

Today’s guest blog is from YourTango relationship expert Ronnie Ann Ryan, who disputes some popular yet false beliefs of single women. I have heard many of these comments made by girlfriends and acquaintances over the years. While Ryan focuses this on women over 40 — I feel women under 40 should also read this one. If you are […]

Alyssa Joy Bethke: The Person You Need to Know Before Meeting ‘The One’

We are very lucky to be able to feature this popular author today! In today’s blog, Alyssa Joy Bethke opens up her heart and history as she recalls her personal journey towards love. I didn’t begin my first real relationship with a guy (now my husband) until I was 22. Not that I would have chosen […]

Your Ideal Man Wish List – Is It Working for You?

Today’s guest blog comes from award-winning author Kelly Seal, who makes some very important observations and a crucial point — that the image you have of your ideal partner may be greatly limiting your chances at finding love! Read on for her smart observations… When you visualize your ideal man – the romantic prize after enduring all […]

Tracy McMillan: Why You’re Not Married … Yet

In 2011, author and relationship expert Tracy McMillan created quite the viral shakeup with her Huffington Post blog, Why You’re Not Married. McMillan dared to get very real with women about taking responsbility for themselves – urging them to really look in the mirror when it came to why they weren’t achieving their relationship goals. I absolutely loved it! McMillan is appearing on […]

Is ‘Radical Acceptance’ the Key to a Lasting Relationship?

Today’s incredibly wise guest blog comes from the CEO of YourTango, Andrea Miller. Rising above all of the petty grievances and learning to fully accept others is something we could all strive for in so many of our relationships. Enjoy this thoughtful post! “Andrea, just love him.” These were the surprising words a wise friend had […]

4 Questions You Should Never Ask Your Partner

Today’s blog comes from the wise duo Susie and Otto Collins, who warn us all about asking questions that can lead to more serious issues in our relationships. I am sure I am guilty of asking at least one of these in the past! Oops… If you’ve ever asked yourself the question: “Was it something I […]

Can a Marriage Survive Adultery?

Today’s guest blog comes from psychologist Dr. Alicia H. Clark, who brings a little hope and lightness to a very difficult subject. Through her experiences with many couples, she feels the answer to the title of this article is — yes. Betrayal, deception, mistrust. And very, very hurt. These are the emotions people harbor after finding out their spouse […]

Franny Agnes Lee’s Latest Misfortunate Blind Date: An IRS Auditor!

First, she met a guy with a strange obsession for turtles. Last month, she encountered an actual leprechaun. I am always anxious to see who Franny Agnes Lee will be paired up with next — and this episode does not disappoint! I wish Franny would give eHarmony a chance to connect her with someone…maybe some day. […]

From Stress to Serenity: 7 Ways to Ease Your Anxieties

Today’s guest blog comes from author and YourTango relationship expert Ms. Moreah Vestan, who shares some excellent ways to get yourself out of stressful moments. I really like the idea of 10 minute hourly breaks – set on a timer! It is sort of like recess for adults. We’re all very human. Sometimes we have stress […]

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