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The dating arena can be scary. Here’s a little direction to get you through those “Should I” or “Shouldn’t I” moments.

Accept that Second Date…or Trust Your Gut?

We’ve got a brand new blogger in the mix! Sara Eckel is the author of It’s Not You: 27 (Wrong) Reasons You’re Single. She’s amazing, and will be contributing to the eH blog several times a month. In her first entry, she writes about the gift that is our gut instinct. Should we always just follow […]

How to Deal: When Your Partner Says ‘I Need Space’

Many of us have encountered the “I need space” talk with romantic partners. I know I have, and it causes so much stress and doubt. Today’s guest blog is from therapist Gina Senarighi, who suggests some great ways to work through this tough sitiuation. It can be very hard to hear those three little words from your boyfriend, […]

Men Who Don’t Confirm Plans: When to Give Him a Pass and When to Pass

So a guy you’ve been chatting with — whether after meeting online or in person — finally suggests plans to get together but falls silent on the big day. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? If you’ve discussed a date to the extent that you know when and where to meet him, it can be quite perplexing […]

New to Online Dating? Set Yourself Up for Success During Prime Time

January and February are the busiest months of the year for online dating. Not only are new people fueled by their resolutions, veteran members get more serious in their search for a sweetie. It’s a fun and hopeful season marked by a flurry of emails and plans. You never know when a first date is going […]

Are You Used to Settling for Less?

Relationship expert Virginia Clark returns to our blog with a new post about something crucial — our self esteem and settling for second best. Being single can be frustrating. It can make us feel lonely and sad as we watch our friends pair up and settle down. It might make us feel hopeless and wonder […]

Five Signs Your New Guy is a Keeper

Though dating isn’t necessarily easy for everyone, dating should get easier over time. If you’ve learned your lessons along the road to finding a compatible partner, you’ve probably found that the people you date over time have been getting better: They’re more appropriate and they treat you better than ones in the past. Looking at […]

Partner Lost a Job? Six Things You Should Do Right Now

Today’s post is an important one for all of us to read. Don Ceaser writes about strategies for careers and small business, money management, and lifestyle. Here, he shares crucial information about what steps to take if your partner loses his or her job. If your partner recently lost a job, you don’t want to sit around […]

What Your Instincts Tell You About Your New Date

Though the world is full of therapists, I actually believe good therapists are hard to come by. I work in Los Angeles, for example, and know hundreds of therapists, but I consider only a handful to be the kind of therapist I would take myself – or a loved one – to visit.  Back in […]

The Goal for 2014: Ditching those New Year’s Resolutions

It felt great to start a new year and not list New Year’s Resolutions I would forget about after a month anyways. I wanted to share a great blog from relationship expert Debra Smouse about this very subject. Love her ideas about why resolutions fail and why goals are a much wiser idea… It’s that time […]

Take Advantage of These Surprising Holiday Dating Strategies

The holidays are a wonderful time of year to connect with friends and family, but if you’re single, it can seem as if you’ve had to put your online dating life on hold for weeks. You don’t want to ask anyone out on a date because you don’t want to interrupt their time with friends […]

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