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Physical Chemistry

That physical attraction is an important part of dating and relationship chemistry is no secret. Get advice for creating physical attraction from eHarmony.

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Chemistry: You Know You Want It, but What Is It?

Chemistry is definitely a requirement for a fulfilling relationship, but it doesn’t always transpire in the way we would like to think. Most of us have visions of being swept off of our feet by Mr./Ms. Right. We imagine there will be that initial, magical moment where our eyes lock and we lose ourselves in each […]

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About You, Being Single, Dating Advice, Dating Tips, Physical Chemistry
hugging benefits

15 Reasons to Hug Your Love More Often

Hugs are such frequent and automatic gestures that their value may be overlooked. But it turns out the common hug is not so common after all. More than a simple embrace or squeeze on the shoulder, hugs have many physical and emotional benefits, especially when enjoyed by two lovebirds: 1. A hug conveys caring. After […]

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Physical Chemistry, Relationship Advice, Relationship Tips, Relationships
is red a turn on

Ladies, Want More Online Dates? Try a Red Background

The color red is commonly acknowledged as being linked with passion and sexuality. Eve’s red apple is a symbol of seduction. Valentine cards, symbolizing romantic love, are often red. In films, from Marilyn Monroe in ‘Niagara’ to ‘The Woman in Red’, to Jessica Rabbit, iconic in her slinky red dress, beautiful women (and rabbits) wear red. […]

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About You, Dating Tips, Expert Advice, Online Date Tips, Physical Chemistry, Sex, Using eHarmony
how do i know if i am a love addict

How to Know if You’re in Love … or Addicted to Love

There is such a thing as a love addiction where the connection between two people is more chaotic than positive but they cannot seem to separate. One person is usually self-centered and the other overly-empathic. The self-centered person comes and goes as they please, while the empathic person is stuck in an unpredictable pattern of […]

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Physical Chemistry, Relationship Problems, Relationships
Can You Rewire Your Brain for Love?

Can You Rewire Your Brain for Love?

Marsha Lucas, PhD, has become a relationship guru after listening to her patients talk about their love lives during her 20 years as a psychologist.

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About You, Expert Advice, Important Questions About You, Mind, Body And Spirit, Physical Chemistry
What Men Think About Your Body: A Disclaimer

Ladies: What Men Think About Your Body

Does he care about your crow’s feet…or if you have rock-hard abs? We’re revealing what’s important to men about you physically, ladies! Spoiler: It’s good news!

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About You, Mind, Body And Spirit, Physical Chemistry
Kisses that Count

The Benefits of Kissing!

Kissing feels great, and is actually good for you on many different levels. Find out why…

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Being Single, Mind, Body And Spirit, Physical Chemistry
Is Your Chemistry Meter Broken?

Is Your Chemistry Meter Broken?

“But we had such amazing chemistry!” Have you ever found yourself saying this to a girlfriend after a man you really seemed to click with just…disappeared?  It’s such a common experience:  you finally meet a man you connect with, you get your hopes up, and then poof, he’s gone.

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About You, Physical Chemistry
eHarmony Women Share Their Turn-Ons

eHarmony Women Share Their Turn-Ons

We asked eHarmony women what male traits turned them on. Below is a collection of the lists we received. Interesting…

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About You, Physical Chemistry
A Wink and a Smile: The Way You Appear is About More Than Your Looks!

A Wink and a Smile: The Way You Appear is About More Than Your Looks!

Finding yourself back in the dating game, perhaps for the first time in many years, can be both exciting and scary. Making a good first impression is key, and here’s how.

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About You, Physical Chemistry