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eHarmony: How the New Communication Experience Works

Well hello! By now you’ve hopefully experienced the new and improved eHarmony — there’s a lot of useful stuff to introduce but before we do, we’d just like to say one thing; you had everything to do with this.That’s right. You spoke up and we listened....

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A Holiday Survival Guide for Singles

We have some very creative people who work at eHarmony! One of our social media specialists Shannon created this sweet survival guide for anyone having a tough time during the holidays. Whether you are single or in a relationship, I think this time...

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5 Ways to Combat Loneliness This Time of Year

While this season brings excitement, spirit, and joy, it also typically brews sadness, loneliness, jealousy, discomfort, disappointment, and anxiety for many of us.These feelings can become especially overwhelming as you reflect on your life circumstances...

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What ‘Online Dating High Season’ Means For You

If Christmas morning is the best day of the year for children, then the day after might be the best day of the year for adults. That is, adults who are online dating. At eHarmony, we receive a record number of new signups on December 26, followed by New Year’s...

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This Holiday Season, Give Yourself a Break

During the holidays, most of us hope to take some time off from work. But at the same time, many singles often find themselves working overtime at a job that never seems to let up: Being single. There are, of course, the questions. “Are you seeing...

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Want an Amazing Life? It's All in Your Head

Positive thoughts are accompanied by positive changes in your body’s biochemistry. Negative thoughts, on the other hand, tend to depress both your immunity and your mood. And remember that both types of thoughts tend to attract their physical equivalents....

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‘I Have No Relationship Experience’

Dear Sara: Growing up, I lived a very sheltered life: Most things were simply given to me, in return for a level of conformity that followed certain expectations. Throughout high school, I was essentially prohibited from being in a relationship (along...

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Why Dating Two People at Once Isn’t Cheating

Last month, I wrote an article for eHarmony titled "How to Date Two People at the Same Time (and Not Go Crazy)." The response on Twitter was extreme. Some men and women could not believe that a psychologist who specializes in relationships would suggest...

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After the Relationship Collapse: 4 Things to Consider

It might have been a huge blow-up where you and your partner both said awful, hurtful words. It could have been a slow-building tension that brought coldness and distance. The effects are the same... your relationship feels like it has collapsed. The strong...

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Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? 5 Surprising Truths About Trusting a Partner With a Past

Who can you trust? That’s the gamble, and when it comes to choosing a partner, fidelity is a core aspect most of us require.Yet the adage, “once a cheater, always a cheater,” isn’t always true. Here are five guidelines you can use right now to make...

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