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Getting Over Single ‘Shame’

After being unattached for eleven years, Sue had just started dating someone who had a lot of relationship experience, and she was embarrassed by her thin relationship resume. “How do I let go my feelings of inadequacy?” she asked author Sasha Cagen and I in a recent webcast. Sue had a classic case of single […]

First Dates: Who Should Pay…and Why

This topic always stirs up great conversation (and surprising controversy!). Relationship expert Dave Elliott believes it is the men who should take care of the check, and below are his reasons why. Enjoy his guest blog! Written by Dave Elliott, YourTango.com relationship expert Recently, the advertising agency, Leo Burnett, conducted an exhaustive study on the […]

How to Win with First-Date Conversations: What’s Your Headline?

We all know the rules of first-date conversations. You’re not supposed to talk about sex, exes or politics. As a friend once told me, “You’re one dumb outburst away from never seeing this person again.” Sounds easy, right? Some people say first dates might even be fun. Not so fast. You have bigger responsibilities than […]

To Be a Good Catch, You Need to…

I really loved today’s guest blog from author Elizabeth Stone, who reiterates some advice I have heard many times. Everyone from Deepak Chopra to Wayne Dyer have told me about this law of attraction = be what you want to attract. Written by Elizabeth Stone, YourTango.com I firmly believe that there is someone (likely more […]

Are You Hot or Not? The Answer May Change With Time

Lose weight. Whiten your teeth. Work those abs. Cover your gray. And for goodness sake, put on a little lipstick! When you’re dating, the pressure to measure up to the beauty standard prescribed by magazines, advertisements and celebrity info-tainment programs can feel pretty relentless. Sure we all want to look our best, and there is […]

Are Relationship Regrets Holding You Back?

Are you incredibly regretful about how a relationship ended, how you may have behaved or just how your life played out in a certain area? We can all relate to having some regret, but it’s so important to be able to let it go to make room for a better and brighter future. Below, our eH+ matchmaker Ashley […]

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Introducing Jeff, the eH+ Matchmaker

eHarmony’s new service, eH+ , gives you the benefit of a personal matchmaker who picks your matches and guides you to success. We’re taking the best of what eHarmony does and combining that with what personal matchmakers do best – person-to-person conversation, opportunities for feedback, and coaching to put your best foot forward. You’ve heard of matchmakers […]

Why It’s Absolutely Okay to Say: ‘I Hate Being Single’

If you’re unattached and looking for love, there’s one piece of advice circulating around the blog-o-sphere that’s particularly annoying: You should love being single. It’s not enough to be okay being single while you try to meet people. No, you should love it. Here are some of the best reasons why: You get to go […]

Ashley returns with some thoughts about how to handle dating if you are feeling nervous or insecure (and who isn’t!?). Ashley is a matchmaker for eHarmony’s new service, eH+, which gives you the benefit of a personal matchmaker who picks your matches and guides you to success. Read on for her insights… Whether it’s a job interview, cooking […]

The 3 Most Annoying Games People Play in Dating

I call the beginning phase of dating “Dating Limbo” because no one knows yet what will become of the relationship. Will the two of you date for a couple of months, and then become exclusive? Will you hang out a few more times until one of you cools off and ends it? A major factor […]