Jeannie Assimos, Director of Content

Posts by Jeannie Assimos, Director of Content

After years of researching, writing and reporting about Hollywood’s failed relationships, Jeannie ventured into the land of successful romances at eHarmony, and hasn’t looked back since! On board since early 2008, Jeannie absorbs everything she can about daters’ turn-ons, turn-offs, likes and dislikes – and shares her observations on the eHarmony Advice site. Besides stories about true love, Jeannie adores her miniature Australian Shepherd Buster, her awesome husband and loves boot camp, baking and Bravo!

Can a Marriage Survive Adultery?

Today’s guest blog comes from psychologist Dr. Alicia H. Clark, who brings a little hope and lightness to a very difficult subject. Through her experiences with many couples, she feels the answer to the title of this article is — yes. Betrayal, deception, mistrust. And very, very hurt. These are the emotions people harbor after finding out their spouse […]

Franny Agnes Lee’s Latest Misfortunate Blind Date: An IRS Auditor!

First, she met a guy with a strange obsession for turtles. Last month, she encountered an actual leprechaun. I am always anxious to see who Franny Agnes Lee will be paired up with next — and this episode does not disappoint! I wish Franny would give eHarmony a chance to connect her with someone…maybe some day. […]

From Stress to Serenity: 7 Ways to Ease Your Anxieties

Today’s guest blog comes from author and YourTango relationship expert Ms. Moreah Vestan, who shares some excellent ways to get yourself out of stressful moments. I really like the idea of 10 minute hourly breaks – set on a timer! It is sort of like recess for adults. We’re all very human. Sometimes we have stress […]

How to Know Whether it’s Real Love or Just ‘Fairy Tale’ Romance

Ahhh, expectations! Many of us have grown up believing that falling in love might be a bit like the fairy tales we’ve witnessed on the big screen. In today’s guest blog, author and relationship expert Nancy Pina describes the difference between the two and gives us all a little reality check. The hugely popular Disney movie […]

It’s Mobile Madness as eHarmony Launches Datebook & Windows Phone App

The amount of people using mobile for their online dating needs has increased dramatically. It’s mentioned in almost every meeting I’ve been in lately: “Did you know that 45% of people are registering for eHarmony on mobile devices?” That is pretty astounding! I guess it shouldn’t surprise me, since my iPhone is literally in my hands […]

Breaking News: It’s Not Only Celebrity Marriages That End

This is what I have been seeing and hearing pretty much everywhere this week: “I wonder what really happened with Gwyneth and Chris?!” “Another celebrity couple bites the dust.” “Those Hollywood marriages never last.” “Gwyneth and Chris: What is at stake?!” It kind of drives me crazy that we all go a bit insane when […]

Gary Zukav: How to Find ‘The One’ by Connecting with Your Own Soul

Some days I really love my job — like days when I get to spend time on the phone with spiritual teachers like Gary Zukav. The New York Times bestselling author of ‘The Seat of the Soul’ is celebrating the 25th anniversary edition of his book in fitting fashion, appearing on “Super Soul Sunday” with his […]

Don’t Lose Sight of the Big Picture (Love)

Today’s guest blog is from psychologist Andrea Goeglein, who puts things into perspective when it comes our ultimate goal of finding love. I think this is another way of saying — keep your eye on the prize and don’t get distracted or sweat the small stuff. Eavesdrop on any conversation with a group of single […]

Is Marriage or Living Together Better for Your Brain?

Today’s guest blog comes from therapist Nina Atwood, who discusses the benefits of getting married vs. living with a partner. Having been on both sides of this one, I agree that marriage just feels right for me and there is contentment on a much deeper level. The other day I came home stressed out and my husband […]

‘Bad with Money?’ 5 Ways to Leave Your Financial Baggage Behind

Today’s guest blog comes from financial expert Jane Honeck, who challenges us to really think about money in a different way. I think understanding first where our baggage comes from is the biggest step in leaving it behind. Money Baggage: It’s not what you think. It’s not living paycheck to paycheck. It’s not your mounting credit card debt. And […]

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