eHarmony Blog

eHarmony experts' take on dating, relationships and the science of love.


5 Critical Things to Look for in a New Love Interest
November 14, 2014

5 Critical Things to Look for in a New Love Interest

I loved this blog from dating expert Ravid Yosef. It’s so important to actually look beyond the infatuated haze in the beginning of a relationship to see if there is real opportunity for a healthy, long-term partnership. Below, she details how she tackled looking for the right guy. Enjoy! Written by Ravid Yosef, YourTango I was up against a […]

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When Life Imitates Art: eHarmony TV Actress ‘Beth’ Logs onto eH, and Finds a Real-Life Fiancé
November 13, 2014

When Life Imitates Art: eHarmony TV Actress ‘Beth’ Logs onto eH, and Finds a Real-Life Fiancé

When actress Laura Carlson auditioned for a role in an eHarmony commercial, she had absolutely no idea how much this opportunity would change her life. As she sat on the set with eHarmony CEO and founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren, the two talked about life — including her lack of a love life. The fellow Iowan natives really […]

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What to Do When You’re Rejected
November 13, 2014

What to Do When You’re Rejected

Rejection in dating is a lot like rain in that it’s bound to happen sooner or later. The silver lining, however, is that being rejected doesn’t have to sting so badly as long as you learn to avoid taking the rejection too personally. Remember, you have control over how you feel and how much you […]

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‘Where Did All of My Friends Go?’
November 12, 2014

‘Where Did All of My Friends Go?’

Dear Sara, One thing I really miss about being in a relationship is the immediate and intense community it has always brought me. When I’m part of a couple, I am constantly invited to dine with other couples, double date, hang out and get to know my partner’s friends. When I’m single, I get about […]

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Are You Sabotaging Your Chance at Love with This Destructive Habit?
November 12, 2014

Are You Sabotaging Your Chance at Love with This Destructive Habit?

When it comes to protecting yourself from loving the wrong person, you can forget solely relying on your list of deal-breakers. It turns out that our thoughts about ourselves are way more influential than we realize in determining the quality of person we connect with. I’m talking about the “not enough” greatest hits that haunt even […]

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Deepak Chopra: ‘The Future of God’ Begins with You
November 11, 2014

Deepak Chopra: ‘The Future of God’ Begins with You

I was lucky enough to visit the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, CA last week, where I talked with Deepak Chopra about his latest book, The Future of God: A Practical Approach to Spirituality for Our Times. Besides being one of the kindest people I have met, Chopra has written a truly thought-provoking book about understanding God […]

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13 Strong Signs That He’s Definitely Not into You
November 10, 2014

13 Strong Signs That He’s Definitely Not into You

Love is amazing, but can also be blinding. Sometimes our hearts are so set on making it work with someone, we aren’t paying attention to obvious signs that the object of our affection isn’t quite feeling the same way. Relationship coach Deni Abbie reveals 13 obvious red flags that the one you think you love isn’t loving […]

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Playing Hard to Get: How to Attract Drama and Broken-Winged Birds
November 5, 2014

Playing Hard to Get: How to Attract Drama and Broken-Winged Birds

Playing hard to get is bad for so many reasons, yet the main reason has to do with wasting time. The idea behind playing hard to get is that someone will want you more if you don’t always reciprocate the interest. Breaking News: If you are someone who plays hard to get, I’m not sure […]

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Why Some People Don’t Want Single Women to Vote
November 4, 2014

Why Some People Don’t Want Single Women to Vote

Late last month, a panel of Fox News commentators discussed the coming elections when host Kimberly Guilfoyle explained why she didn’t think young single women should vote: “It’s the same reason why young women on juries are not a good idea. They don’t get it. They’re not in that same life experience of paying the […]

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Don’t Let This Dumb Question Wreck Your First Date
October 29, 2014

Don’t Let This Dumb Question Wreck Your First Date

The question seems innocent enough. You’re happily chatting away with your date when your server stops at your table, delivers your pumpkin ale and Malbec and asks, “Will you be ordering food?” If you’re a guy (and I’m assuming most men pay for the first date), you feel under pressure to ask your date if […]

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