Posts from The Science of Love
Trying to pick a great profile picture? Here’s one easy tip to ensure you are showing your best side.
Every once in a while, an article will come around telling you new tactics on how to approach people to whom you’re attracted. While they may be valid, most of them seem to require a lot of work (ew). Maybe sometimes what you need is not a confidence overhaul, but just an edge over your [...]
Everyone knows that foods heavy in garlic make for a bad date, but are there others? Discover 5 good and bad date foods and what men and women look for when ordering.
April Fool’s Day is just around the corner, so we thought we’d check in with our eHarmony members to see who may be laughing the hardest during the holiday of hilarity. We asked them to rank how much they “enjoy a good joke” on a scale from 1 to 7. With over a half million responses, [...]
Most of the time, we associate crying with sad things – loss, pain, etc. But is there a reason why crying can make a person feel good? New research has found that watching sad movies can make people happier. Read on to find out why you should ditch the rom-com and see a tearjerker on a date.
Commitment is really what sets a more serious relationship apart from casual dating. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself what commitment entails, and how this could affect your relationship?
Recent research explains why some people more likely to cheat than others. Find out more.
Women are happiest when the man in their life can tell when they are upset- and makes an effort to find out why. Read more.
Sexting – if you haven’t done it, you probably know someone who has. Read on to learn about what characteristics can predict whether or not people will sext.
What kind of people tend to buy the flashiest and most expensive things to show their wealth and what kinds of dating goals do they have? Read here to find out how peacocking comes across to potential dates.