In celebration of their five-year anniversary, eHarmonyUK recently ran a photo contest asking for images that captured the spirit of love. Whether it be a photo of a couple in love, or something as simple as a sunset, eHarmonyUK wanted to see it.
Dating expert Evan Marc Katz offers a rebuttal to a recent article by expert Charles Orlando arguing against dating websites. According to Katz, not only do these sites get results, they're a practical, efficient way to meet people. Read on for the juicy scoop!
10 Tips that Guarantee You'll Stand Out When it comes to online dating, your profile is the initial factor in determining the type and quality of men you'll attract. Spend thoughtful time in developing or updating your profile because what you put out there is what you'll attract. Here are 10 tips for creating a profile that will catch his eyes and heart.
Recently a reporter interviewed me for a piece they were doing on online dating. At first I was a bit stumped. As a couples therapist I tend to deal with people who already have a partner, and many of my individual therapy clients report a great variety of positive and negative dating experiences, whether they started online or off. So rather than purely going by anecdotal evidence, I reviewed a few formal studies, and especially the findings of a 2011 German study are worth sharing.
It's said that life is better with company and that is very true but what if you can't find your soul-mate? What you can't find that perfect someone? Well some people hit up the bar scene hoping to find "the one". But most people now of days try their luck with online dating websites such as eHarmony and Match.com. With more and more people looking online to find their perfect match its no surprise that the online dating business is a billion dollar industry and growing.
In honor of Labor Day, eHarmony looked at communication trends between their users to find out how they were influenced by people's careers. It turns out that what you do for a living has a big influence on who you hit up online in your off-hours.
In 2002 Wired Magazine said, “twenty years from now, the idea that someone looking for love won’t look for it online will be silly, akin to skipping the card catalog to instead wander the stacks…” Only 10 years have passed, but dating digitally is a massive movement. In fact, one in five relationships begin on an online dating site. And as the sheer number of users and couples grow in the online dating industry, innovation follows.
Jennifer Love Hewitt seems to have bad luck in the love department. The busty actress has confessed that men don't even hit on her (we find that hard to believe!).
“I hate on-line dating!” Maggie sighed. “Everyone lies and posts pictures of themselves from 15 years ago.” “I know what you mean,” moaned Lisa. “I want a guy over 6 feet and the last three matches were all under 5′ 8, fat and bald!” Can you relate? Have you worked and worked on your on-line profile and still attract people you would never pick for yourself? What’s wrong with the system?
Your profiles match. You've moved slowly into a promising online friendship. And now it's time to bring a book and rose to the coffee shop for your first official date. These five scientific tips from the book Brain Trust can help it go smoothly.
Pride, greed, gluttony, sloth, envy, anger and lust — the seven deadly sins — get a pretty bad rap in western culture, but a closer look at the scientific record suggests that even these deadliest of vices might not be so deadly after all.
#1: I Can't Stand Someone Who Likes to Spend Excessive Time as a Couch Potato. There's nothing wrong with relaxing, but being in a relationship with a couch potato can get old fast. In fact, men are so wary of lazy women that it sneaks into the Top Ten list of Can't Stands.