Dating Tips for Shy People: Techniques to Learn and Use

The most important point for shy men and women dating is to get them out of their heads and into the moment as much as possible. If you’re a shy person, you probably know too well that you have a tendency to think, think, think when you’re thrust into new social situations. I actually find […]

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, […]

Should You Encourage Friends to Try Online Dating?

The conversation usually goes something like this: Friend: “I’m sick of being single. I gotta make dating more of a priority.” Me: “Why aren’t you trying online dating?” Friend: “I know, I know. Will you help me with my profile?” Me: “Sure. Send me a draft next week.” A couple months later, it starts again. “I […]

‘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 […]

Do You Have the ‘Facebook Blues?’

Your cousin is picking blueberries with her 3-year-old twins. Your college classmate got married at an 18th century inn. And your ex is chilling at the beach with old friends and wants you to know “it doesn’t get any better than this.” In the age of social media, we know a lot about what our […]

Why Your Personality ‘Type’ Doesn’t Matter

ENFJ, INTP, Analysts, Explorers. There are many personality tests available that claim to classify you into a certain type, but do they really work?

Dating Deal Breakers: Was it a Mistake or a Decision?

Mistakes are not a problem. Not learning from them is. I wrote a post recently about Dating Deal Breakers where I suggested it is good to know before you start dating what your ‘dating deal breakers’ are – you know, those things which are non-negotiable to you in a potential date/mate/spouse. I used an example […]

Find Your Love Heroes: What You Can Learn From Other Couples

Whenever I encounter happy-looking couples, I like to ask them how they met. Like most people, I enjoy a good love story. I like watching their eyes light up as they recount the chase, the connection, the challenges and maybe even a breakup before they arrived to their destination of content coupledom. The conversations are […]

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