Posts tagged eHarmony Labs
“Presents are the best way to show someone how much you care. It is like this tangible thing that you can point to and say, ‘Hey man, I love you this many dollars-worth.’” – Michael Scott
How true is this quote? Is it really the thought that counts, or deep down are you placing a dollar amount on your relationship?
I hear it all the time. “I am only attracted to one type of guy (girl), and he (she) jerks me around. What’s wrong with me?” There are a lot of things that go into attraction and partner selection. Often people find themselves in patterns of one type of partner that never turns out well. […]
By now you have probably heard or read somewhere that being married is actually good for your health; but how true is this statement?
You can learn a lot about someone by how they flirt, including their personality, attitudes and beliefs about courtship, self-presentation tendencies, and even past relationship behaviors. Knowing a potential partner’s flirting style may make it easier to determine if their dating attitudes and beliefs are similar to yours.
Does age really matter in a relationship? If it doesn’t why are Cougars (women dating younger men) and their partners more satisfied in their relationships? Discover the answers from the latest research.
In the second of the female sexuality series, I ask, what part does equality play when it comes to a satisfying sex life? Read on to find out about the importance of equality with your partner and 7 Do’s and Dont’s to making the bedroom more harmonious.
With so many choices and too little time, how can women know the good guys from the bad guys with just one glance?
The first of a Female Sexuality blog series, this blog discusses a new study which suggests that long term relationships are the key to a satisfied sex life in women. The conclusions of the study are discussed and expanded upon, offering alternate explanations, and I ask the question, “What could we be doing now to encourage sexual satisfaction for women earlier on in the relationship?”
Do we have to jump through the hoops of “playing hard to get” even if we like the other person? Does “playing hard to get” really work? Discover the answers from the latest research.
Have you ever met someone new and thought there was a certain something that while you couldn’t put your finger on, influenced the way in which you behaved around them? Are you consistently going out with the same ‘type’ of person, based in part on this intuitive feeling? If you only date a certain type of partner, it may not be for the reasons you suspect. Holding onto a certain ‘type’ may also be detrimental to your long-term success of finding the right partner for you.