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Being single is a great chance for personal growth and development. Enjoy the single life and prepare yourself for a relationship with advice on eHarmony.

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The Biggest Reasons You May Not Have Found ‘The One’ Yet

Have friends wondered why you are still single? Is it the default question your mother turns to when you’re on the phone with her? And more importantly, are you scratching your head as to why you are not in a relationship? Is it possible that you have some hidden blocks that are keeping you unattached? […]

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20 Things to be Thankful For

‘Tis the season to be thankful. Not sure where to begin? Here are 20 things to appreciate this year.

About You, Being Single, Mind, Body And Spirit

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Single & Thankful: Why Gratitude is a Game-Changer for Those Seeking Love

Meister Eckhardt wrote, “If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.” It’s true that a life characterized by genuine gratitude brings so many benefits to the thankful person—emotional health, inner peace, stronger relationships, and less anxiety. What’s more, most singles know that a spirit of […]

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Ten Great Comebacks to the ‘Why Are You Still Single?’ Question

Don’t let nosy questions about your singleness catch you off-guard. While it’s none of your great-aunt’s business as to why you’re still single, she’s still likely to inquire. Here are 10 great comebacks to the “Why are you still single?” question: 1. Because you haven’t proposed yet. 2. Just lucky, I guess. 3. Name one married superhero. Exactly. […]

About You, Being Single, Dating Advice

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The Five Worst Pieces of Dating Advice We’ve Ever Heard

If you’re single, you’ve likely heard it all: every bad piece of dating advice out there. Here’s our list of the worst advice. Sadly, it’s also pretty common dating advice. Use at your own peril. 1. Play hard to get. Related: Don’t be too available; keep her waiting; never accept a last-minute date; and play mind […]

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How to Develop a Healthy Attitude About Singlehood and Love

I am constantly inspired by Dr. Wayne Dyer, who brilliantly stated, “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” If you read my previous article, you also know that I am an advocate for helping single individuals make powerful shifts to attract love into their lives, seek out the right […]

About You, Being Single, Expert Advice

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Newly Divorced? How to Know When You’re Ready to Start Dating

One of the scariest aspects of being a divorcee is the prospect of dating again. You are no longer a “we” with emotional ties, exclusive commitments and promises. Liberating? Perhaps. Confusing and scary? Definitely. In an ideal post-divorce world, the itch to re-partner would not arise until you are actually ready to deal with it. But, the reality remains the […]

About You, Being Single, Dating Advice, Dating Issues, Senior Dating
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Are Your Own Thoughts Creating a Barrier to Finding Love?

I am going to assume that if you are reading this, you consider yourself ready to find love, are struggling with dating or building a lasting relationship and wonder what might be going wrong for you. Instead of pinpointing what you might be doing wrong, I want to explore how your thoughts, attitudes and cognitive […]

About You, Being Single, Expert Advice

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15 Reasons to Date a Police Officer

If a cop asks you out, say yes. Here’s why. 15 reasons to date a police officer: 1. Who doesn’t love a man (or woman) in uniform? 2. An officer’s job is summed up with “To serve and protect.” Your date will be looking out for the innocent and making citizens feel safe and secure. 3. You’ll be […]

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Finding Love After Loss: 7 Steps for Moving Forward

We all have “baggage.”  It comes with being human — and with having relationships. By age 18, most of us have discovered that relationships can be a source of great joy, satisfaction and meaning when our needs for love, affection and companionship are met. Or a source of heartache and sorrow when they’re not. Few things […]

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